Water supply for hydrogen production

Hydrogen will play a key role in helping Scotland meet net zero targets as a significant and sustainable fuel alternative to help reduce emissions.

Recently the Scottish Government has set a clear ambition of Scotland becoming a leading hydrogen nation – 5GW of installed hydrogen production capacity has been pledged by 2030 and 25GW by 2045.

We are working with large-scale energy companies to make this ambition a reality by enabling hydrogen production.

So how do we support hydrogen production?

Hydrogen production needs water – and lots of it!  Our team has the knowledge and expertise to bring this water to you.

We’ll complete an in-depth feasibility study on the right water source for your project, whether that’s potable water, raw water, final effluent or saltwater, as well as the infrastructure needed to get this water to you.  Our reports include all of the data you need to make an informed decision, giving you a solution that provides the right balance of capital, operational and carbon costs.

Thanks to our experience in the delivery of water and waste water infrastructure, we can also help with the design, construction, operation and maintenance of your project

Why us?

Aimed at owners and operators of large-scale energy schemes, we’re committed to providing you with a top-notch service:

  • You’ll have all the data you need to make informed decisions – our detailed feasibility reports will give you the full picture.
  • We’ll be there from start to finish – we know there’s lots to consider and plenty of moving parts, so we’ll be on hand throughout to support you and your team.
  • We’ll ensure impact to the environment and water supply is minimised so you have one less thing to worry about.
  • With decades of experience in water and waste water, we know what we’re doing. Our industry know-how makes us fully equipped to get the job done

Get in touch now!

As hydrogen production is still in its infancy, we know it can be tricky to know who best to talk to. We can help!

Click here to get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.

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