H2 Green Limited has signed an MoU with the Highland Council incorporated under the Local Government of Scotland.
The Highland Council and H2 Green have agreed on a vision to create a regional network of green hydrogen hubs across the Scottish Highlands. This infrastructure will accelerate the decarbonisation of the Highlands council area, the largest administrative unit in the UK covering almost a third of Scotland.
Both partners plan to develop a network of green hydrogen hubs – placing hydrogen production, storage and delivery infrastructure at optimal locations across the Scottish Highlands. They will establish commercial agreements for green hydrogen offtake, underpinned by transport decarbonisation initiatives in the Highlands.
The Highland Council will contribute £100,000 to the cost of this initial work.
H2 Green is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Getech, focused on developing and operating green hydrogen hub infrastructure.
Dr Jonathan Copus, CEO of Getech, said, “In line with these goals, we have already announced agreements with Eversholt Rail to accelerate the wide-scale deployment of their hydrogen-powered trains on the Far North and West Highland Lines of Scotland.”
Suburban Propane Partners acquires 25% stake in Independence Hydrogen
Suburban Propane Partners, LP purchased a 25% equity stake in Independence Hydrogen, Inc. for $30 million.
The Partnership also announced the creation of a new subsidiary, Suburban Renewable Energy, LLC, as part of its long-term strategic goal of building out a renewable energy platform.
Suburban Propane is committed to investing in and fostering innovative solutions to support the economy-wide transition to a sustainable energy future while also advancing the clean energy benefits of propane to support the transition.
Independence Hydrogen, Inc. is a privately-held company developing a gaseous hydrogen ecosystem to deliver locally-sourced hydrogen to local markets, focusing primarily on material handling and backup power applications.