Scotland | Hydrogen Action Plan
- Jan 11, 2023 12:36 pm GMT
In this Hydrogen Action Plan we set out the necessary actions over the next five years to implement the key policy positions and ambitions set out in our Hydrogen Policy Statement.
These actions will help put us on the pathway to becoming a leading nation by 2045 in the production of reliable, competitive, sustainable hydrogen and provide the potential to secure Scotland’s future as a centre of international excellence as we establish the innovation, skills and supply chain that will underpin our energy transition.
Scotland’s demonstration of hydrogen production and use over the past few years has cemented our reputation as a nation that can foster emerging sectors and get things done. We are determined to build on this reputation, work in partnership with others to assemble our resources, and focus on the actions that will enable and support the emerging hydrogen sector in Scotland to grow, to move beyond the demonstration phase and to maximise opportunities at commercial scale. To help us achieve this we have committed £100 million of funding towards the development of our hydrogen economy over the next five years
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