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ScottishPower to develop green hydrogen plant

Proposed facility will be sited next to the UK’s largest onshore windfarm

UK utility ScottishPower has unveiled proposals to develop a major green hydrogen production complex on the outskirts of Glasgow.   The company is seeking planning permission to build the UK’s biggest electrolyser, as well as solar and energy storage capacity, next to the 539MW onshore windfarm at Whitelee.   Green hydrogen has a vital role to play in helping Scotland and the UK meet decarbonisation targets, according to Barry Carruthers, hydrogen director at ScottishPower. 8t/d – Capacity of hydrogen plant “We look forward to delivering another vital form of zero-carbon energy generation at the site to help Glasgow and Scotland achieve their net-zero goals,”  he says. Scotland h



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