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Scottish Government Hydrogen Policy Statement

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Scottish Government Hydrogen Policy Statement

The Scottish Government is committed to providing a supportive policy and regulatory environment to support hydrogen production and use and to enable Scotland to take a pioneering role in a growing global industry. This means: In the 2020s – Demonstration, accelerating market demand and getting the policy framework right: supporting research, innovation development and demonstration, building capability, and building partnerships with organisations and governments in Europe and beyond. Providing support for low-carbon hydrogen.  Why not keep up to date at the Scotland Hydrogen Professionals Group.


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