The Acorn Project provides critically important carbon capture and storage and hydrogen infrastructure, helping industries and homes across the country to decarbonise.
The ERM Dolphyn (Deepwater Offshore Local Production of Hydrogen) project is an innovative solution for the production of ‘green’ hydrogen at scale from offshore wind.
Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP) is an ambitious joint venture between Michelin, Dundee City Council, and Scottish Enterprise, created to generate economic growth in Scotland and support a fair and just transition to a net zero economy.
SSE Peterhead PowerStation
SSE Thermal is exploring opportunities for decarbonised power generation at Peterhead, using carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, to allow the site to continue providing flexible and reliable energy in a net zero world.
These projects will create high quality construction and operational jobs across a variety of industries and disciplines, such as electrical, programming, steel, piping, automation, and mechanical.
The ORION project was initiated in April 2020 with Shetland Island Council (SIC) and the Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) working together in partnership with HIE and industry.
Based in Orkney, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is focussed on green hydrogen production from wind and tidal energy at their Hydrogen Production Plant on the island of Eday.
On the east coast of Scotland, SGN's H100 Fife project is developing a world-first 100% hydrogen gas network.