Scottish Power to supply green hydrogen to whisky distilleries

Scottish Power has partnered with carbon capture and storage developer Storegga to build a series of green hydrogen plants in the Scottish Highlands to decarbonise industry and transport in the region, including a number of whisky distilleries. The initial phases of their plans will focus on the Cromarty Firth area to the north of Inverness, with the first project being a 50MW electrolyser facility that they intend to begin operating from 2024.

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