Hydrogen Week concluded on Friday 18th March with leading hydrogen (H2) projects showcased in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Delegates from both private and public sector organisations throughout the UK and Europe attended the event in the Scottish city, which offered insights into the renewable energy, transport and different platforms for partnerships to work towards establishing a H2 economy for Scotland.
The international conference was the only one to be held in Scotland during Hydrogen Week, which began on the 11th March.
We can continue to explore the exciting opportunities that our individual projects can offer to the energy industry, the transport sector and the wider public by reducing our carbon footprint
The Granite City’s fleet of H2 buses, vans and cars were on show and available for test drives respectively, as well as an optional tour of the UK’s largest H2 production and bus refuelling station at Kittybrewster with travel to and from operated by H2-powered buses, naturally.
Barney Crockett, Aberdeen Councillor, outlined, “Marking the end of Hydrogen Week in the UK, the showcase presented not just the highlights of what we have to achieved to date in Scotland, but also how we can continue to explore the exciting opportunities that our individual projects can offer to the energy industry, the transport sector and the wider public by reducing our carbon footprint.”
Aberdeen City Council hosted the event, which was supported by the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA).