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The Potential of Hydrogen energy

Blend of low-carbon solutions

The energy systems of the future will be built around a blend of low-carbon solutions. This will include renewables like solar, onshore and offshore wind, as well as biofuels and net-zero hydrogen.

Integrating these different options together alongside storage solutions, will be central to making a net zero world possible.

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    Oil and Gas Climate Initiative Climate Investments (OGCI CI) on a first-of-its-kind project to reduce CO2 emissions in the North east of England.
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    Wood has worked at the heart of a project to discover how hydrogen generated from onshore island wind power could power ferries serving communities along the west coast and isles of Scotland. The Scottish Western Isles Ferry Transport Using Hydrogen (SWIFTH2) project is headed by the community-led Point and Sandwick Trust in collaboration with seven industry partners including Wood, and part-funded by the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme.
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    Engineering solutions to heat homes with hydrogen
    Wood partnered with gas distribution network operator, SGN, on its H100 project to explore the feasibility of supplying green hydrogen for domestic heating
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    Keeping the power flowing in remote Scotland
    A few places are as barren as the Western Desert in Northern African’s Sahara belt. 681,000 square kilometres of uninhabited sand and rock, over two-thirds of Egypt’s total area, has laid dormant for thousands of years until now.
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Connect with an expert
Alan Mortimer
Director of Innovation, Renewables
Brad Mizell
Vice President, Growth & Development, Renewable Energy & Power
Suzanne Ferguson
Carbon Capture Technical Lead / Principal Consultant