The Carbon Neutral Islands (CNI) project aims at supporting six islands in Scotland to become carbon neutral by 2040, and to replicate the results in other Scottish islands and in the mainland. The identified areas are Yell, Hoy, Raasay, Barra, Islay and Great Cumbrae (figure 1).
Read this Green Hysland report produced by Enagas which identifies the main issues related to all the phases of the project, and corresponding mitigation measures. A must read for anyone interested in starting a green hydrogen valley!
In December 2022, the CPMR Islands Commission (IC) published a technical note on green Investments for sustainable and competitive islands.
An update report on Hydrogen Valleys and the Mission Innovation Hydrogen Valley Platform commissioned by the Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking conducted in collaboration with Roland Berger was published on 22 September 2022.
The Clean energy for EU islands secretariat has now published a Technology solutions booklet that provides an overview of energy technologies that are currently commercially available for islands to advance in their clean energy transition.
Based on the NESOI survey conducted last year, the NESOI partners produced a report outlining the critical technologies for energy transition on islands.
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