Greener shore power derived from wastewater

Craigleith tug in the Port of Leith

Source: Forth Ports

A Scottish consortium has been awarded a UK Government grant to develop the use of green hydrogen to reduce carbon emissions from vessels while berthed in port.

The £535,000 grant from the UK Government Department for Transport, will fund a highly innovative trial that will see large tugs operating out of The Port of Leith powered by green hydrogen at the quayside.

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