Draft hydrogen action plan Scotland
- Nov 11, 2021 11:10 am GMT
Scotland was amongst the first countries in the World to declare a climate emergency and we understand the urgency of moving our economy and society to generating net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
Our world-leading climate change targets, to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 and a 75% reduction by 2030, against the 1990 baseline, mean that across our economy we will need to move at an unprecedented pace to deliver the innovation, investment, regulation and the market environment that will enable the required step change towards net zero. Hydrogen could be an important tool to help lower our greenhouse gas emissions and to minimise our impacts on the climate.
The sixth Carbon Budget Report from the Committee on Climate Change suggests that hydrogen production will scale up to 90TWh hours by 2035 – that is nearly a third of the size of the current power sector in the UK.
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