Acorn unlocks the
carbon capture and storage and hydrogen infrastructure essential for meeting our
Net Zero targets.
A LOW CAPITAL COST START
tonnes per year
of existing CO2 emissions from the St Fergus gas terminal.
cost savings from reuse of high capacity on and offshore pipelines.
of all natural gas used in the UK is processed at St Fergus. Natural gas supply is key to bulk hydrogen generation.
The Acorn carbon capture and storage and hydrogen project has been named as a major energy transition initiative set to receive support from the Scottish Government to help drive forward Scotland’s ambitious Net Zero carbon targets by 2045. The funding, which is part of a five year, £62m package will be provided by a new…
Two Scottish decarbonisation projects have attracted seed funding from UK Research and Innovation to conduct further work on CO2 reduction programmes, aimed at helping Scotland meet its ambitious Net Zero target by 2045 and the UK to meet its target by 2050. Scotland’s Net Zero Infrastructure project, led by Pale Blue Dot Energy, in partnership with…
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