For the Hydrogen Economy to fulfil its immense potential and help deliver a low-carbon future on the path to net zero, the industry must scale up in terms of hydrogen infrastructure, capacity and capability rapidly within the next few years.
In new global industries, such as this, considerable challenges lie ahead. Technologies such as electrolysers are vital for producing hydrogen from renewables by splitting water into its chemical elements for green hydrogen, while carbon capture, storage and utilisation will be needed to produce blue hydrogen and also decarbonise other industrial processes. Yet neither solution is currently ready to meet pent-up demand.
The technologies needed for low-carbon hydrogen and carbon capture, which will unlock net zero targets, can find a productive pipeline of projects for demonstration and scale-up in Scotland.
In this webinar, we learn more about how Scotland is delivering potential breakthrough developments, from carbon capture projects capable of storing millions of tonnes a year – to large-scale electrolysis projects that will make up a significant chunk of UK hydrogen capacity targets.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Explore the most promising energy transition technologies in Scotland
- Identify an integral role of the oil & gas industry in reaching net zero
- Learn how wind energy will be a major driver of decarbonisation and the hydrogen economy
- Discover where Scotland offers considerable advantages for investment in this new Hydrogen economy