Getech is planning on creating new facility in Inverness on former gas holder site
Getech has started demolition works at the former SGN Commercial Services (SGN) gas holder site in Inverness, Scotland to make way for new green hydrogen facilities. Demolition and clearance of the site is being undertaken by SGN, and is expected to take 12 weeks. Following completion of this work, Getech will begin the development of its planned green hydrogen facilities, subject to necessary approvals.
Concurrently, Getech continues to progress the engineering design of the Inverness green hydrogen production, storage and dispensing facilities, which it intends to expand into a regional Highlands hydrogen network. Getech's chief executive Dr Jonathan Copus said: “Today marks the start of the groundworks needed to progress our green hydrogen hub in Inverness. The hub, which is located between the city's rail depot and the industrial area, is uniquely positioned to supply large-volume anchor transport customers…”
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