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Wind to whisky: Scottish distilleries eye green hydrogen

Some of the biggest names in the Scottish whisky business are looking at decarbonising their operations via the use of green hydrogen. Glenmorangie, Whyte and Mackay and Diageo, who operate some of the largest distilleries in the Highlands of Scotland, are carrying out a feasibility study into using green hydrogen to fuel their distilleries. The …

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Some of the biggest names in the Scottish whisky business are looking at decarbonising their operations via the use of green hydrogen. Glenmorangie, Whyte and Mackay and Diageo, who operate some of the largest distilleries in the Highlands of Scotland, are carrying out a feasibility study into using green hydrogen to fuel their distilleries. The …

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