- Aug 30, 2021 9:09 am GMT
Islay’s 9 distilleries burn 15m litres of oil a year. Now Bruichladdich is leading a radical effort to reduce emissions
Bruichladdich hopes to pioneer the use of an innovative type of green hydrogen production using green electricity and water electrolysis, unlike the conventional method, which uses natural gas and creates CO2 in the process. For now it is depending on a green tariff, but it plans to use renewables installed around the island over the next few years – probably wind, but there are hopes that tidal power will be possible at some point.
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