We've partnered with Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) to host a briefing on ‘Hydrogen for Net Zero’. Bringing together key speakers from the UK Committee on Climate Change and Scottish Government on the potential role for Green and Blue Hydrogen in delivering the Scottish Government’s ambition for Net Zero emissions by 2045.
The session will be opened by our Chair, Bruce Farquhar and will include; David Joffe of the UK Committee on Climate Change (UK CCC), a key speaker from the Scottish Government along with industry experts, including our own in-house expert Neil Amner.
To deliver Scotland's energy strategy and the transition to a low carbon economy, considerable effort is now underway on hydrogen initiatives in Scotland. Underpinning this activity is the Scottish Energy Strategy, together with the recent report in May 2019 by the UK CCC on Net Zero – The UK’s contribution to stopping global warming and the immediate response from the Scottish Government with their revised target for a Net Zero Scotland by 2045.
Bruce Farquhar, Anderson Strathern: Welcome & opening comments
David Joffe, UK Committee on Climate Change: Hydrogen for Net Zero
Scottish Government Speaker
Alan James, Pale Blue Dot: Scaling up Blue Hydrogen with the Acorn project
Jon Clipsham, EMEC Hydrogen: Scaling up with Green Hydrogen on Orkney
Neil Amner, Anderson Strathern: Logistics & Infrastructure Opportunities
Hydrogen will play a key role in delivering the Net Zero ambitions for low carbon integrated power, heat, industry, and mobility as part of the clean Energy Transition for Scotland.
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