Hydrogen: Is the North Sea Industry over or has it just begun?

By Pentlander:  

The diagram above gives an indication of the sea area attributable to an independent Scotland. The resources within this massive area will, I am sure, surprise us all in the decades ahead. While we are told we cannot continue to extract the oil and gas at current rates because of climate change it looks like there may be many other options ahead. One such option that seems to be in favour is the production of hydrogen. Production of green hydrogen from seawater utilising hydrolysis, offshore wind farm electricity and existing oilrig and pipeline infrastructure could be on the way. Follow the link below for a view of the future and an insight into what is already underway. The short video on the PosHYdon project included in the article is both relaxing and informative :-

Wake up Scotland. These Scottish resources must not be handed over to a Westminster Government to squander as they have done with North Sea oil.

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