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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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TotalEnergies has revealed today (Jan 17) that it has secured rights for a 2GW offshore wind farm project in the ScotWind leasing round that could enable the production of green hydrogen in Scotland.

With the project set to start producing renewable power by 2030, the project also has the potential to produce significant amounts of green hydrogen that can be used for both domestic purposes and exportation.

This could be lucrative for the region and company enabling Scotland to scale its hydrogen industry and be at the forefront of global hydrogen developments.

As part of this development, the partners will unlock a £140m initiative to support the development of the local supply chain, including the enhancement of ports and harbour infrastructure in Orkney and Caithness.

This will ensure high levels of local content and actively promote employment and innovation in the region

The developments can harmonise with Scotland’s oil and gas interests to ease the pain for that sector; we wish Scotwind every success and momentum to tap the 70 plus interested entrants for a speedy ScotWind2 Process.

If you are interested then join me and the community of like-minded stakeholders at the: ScotWind Professionals Group

 

 

 

 

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