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Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland

Inquiry

The Committee will be inquiring into hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland as a follow up to our renewable energy in Scotland inquiry. We want to hear about Scotland's role in hydrogen production and including opportunities for carbon capture utilisation and storage. The focus will be:

  • The UK Government's Hydrogen strategy;
  • Investment in hydrogen in Scotland;
  • How Scotland can become a world leader in green hydrogen for domestic use and export;
  • A just transition from oil and gas; and
  • Any training required for a hydrogen ready workforce.

We want to hear from people and organisations who focus on hydrogen production in Scotland or those with the potential to work on hydrogen production.

Read the call for evidence for more detail about the inquiry

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Monday 4 July 2022.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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18 July 2022
Inquiry Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland
Witnesses Storegga, and Royal Society of Edinburgh
Committees Scottish Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
18 July 2022
Inquiry Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland
Witnesses ScottishPower, and SSE
Committees Scottish Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
4 July 2022
Inquiry Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland
Witnesses Shell UK Upstream, and Louise Kingham CBE (Senior Vice President Europe and Head of Country at bp)
Committees Scottish Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
HCC0054 - Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland
Witnesses Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council)
Committees Scottish Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
HCC0053 - Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland
Witnesses Royal Society of Edinburgh
Committees Scottish Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
HCC0052 - Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland
Witnesses Storegga, Lead Developer of the Acorn Project and the Scottish Cluster
Committees Scottish Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

Contact us

  • Email: scotaffcom@parliament.uk
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