Hydrogen is a clean-burning fuel. When used its only emission is water.
Hydrogen can be used to power vehicles, industry, generate electricity and heat homes.
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Hydrogen can be formed in two ways: through the electrolysis of water in special land-based facilities close to renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power; and the separation of natural gas through a safe process which harnesses hydrogen for use and sequesters left-over CO₂ before locking it in deep storage below the earth’s surface.
Storegga is developing both electrolytic and CCS-enabled hydrogen projects in Scotland.