Scottish companies return to ADIPEC 2022 to showcase net zero technologies
Hugh Fraser International is pleased to welcome Scottish Development International SDI and a cluster of Scottish company focussing on net zero technologies back to ADIPEC 2022.
Scotland is playing a leading role in developing world class net zero technologies in relation to floating offshore wind, green hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and tidal power. Over 26GW of offshore wind is installed, under development or planned for installation around the coast of Scotland by 2030.
The Net Zero Technology Centre based in Aberdeen recently issued its “Closing the gap to 2050 technologies: Emissions reduction, Renewable energy, Hydrogen, CCUS, Digitisation” in conjunction with Wood MacKenzie.
Global Underwater Hub is a focal point for the UK’s underwater supply chain including petroleum, offshore wind and marine renewables.
Scottish Renewables alongside, the DeepWind and Firth & Tay cluster, is working to grow Scotland’s renewables sector.
NECCUS is an alliance of industry, government and industry experts focussed on CCUS and decarbonisation projects in Scotland.
Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association is the largest hydrogen association in the UK, with 13 “hydrogen hubs” planned for Scotland.
Hugh Fraser will be supporting members of the cohort under the GlobalScot ADIPEC mentoring programme and we wish the participants every success at the event.