Our recent webinar, in conjunction with the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA), explored the important role of hydrogen in delivering Scotland’s ambitious net zero targets. Our expert panel expanded on the need to rapidly scale up the production of clean hydrogen in Scotland, how this can be done and the wider opportunities for the Scottish economy that this will create.
Our expert speakers and the agenda for the event included:
Stuart McKay, Scottish Government: Hydrogen policy
Dave Holman, Scottish Enterprise: Scaling up hydrogen supply
Matthew Knight, Siemens Energy: Ambitions for GW scale hydrogen supply
Gavin MacKay, Highlands & Islands Enterprise: GW scale offshore wind for green hydrogen
Alexandra Stein, Scottish Government: Partnership opportunities
Panel discussion with Q&A
Nigel Holmes, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association: Closing comments
If you missed our webinar or would like to watch it again simply click the button below. Our expert panel of speakers have also taken the time to answer the many questions we received during our Q&A and didn’t have time to answer live – you can download a copy of the Q&A responses here.
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