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Offshore wind could power Scottish green hydrogen revolution

Floating offshore windfarms could utilise huge untapped resource and make Scotland a major player in the northern European hydrogen economy

Scotland has the potential to produce a huge amount of green hydrogen from untapped offshore wind and is ideally placed to supply the expected major demand centres around northern Germany over the coming decades. But there is, of course, a huge amount of work to do for this to become a reality. While the UK is a leader in offshore wind generation, floating wind remains in its infancy and no hydrogen has been produced offshore at scale anywhere in the world. Consultancy Xodus Group, in its The Green Hydrogen Revolution report launched today, sets out how the potential of Scotland’s territorial waters could be developed to help achieve the country’s 2045 net-zero target. Already, the Scottis



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