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Green hydrogen energy systems in Scotland – lessons learnt through the consenting process

10 April @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Mining Institute of Scotland (MIS) are pleased to announce their April meeting which will be delivered by Neil Sutherland of Wardell Armstrong.

Neil will provide a summary of what the Wardell Armstrong team have learned progressing green hydrogen projects through the planning process.  The green hydrogen industry is very new in the UK and so there has been a need to start from scratch on a number of fronts, learning about technology, impacts, policy and assessor knowledge.

Neil Sutherland is a chartered Town Planner with a wealth of experience delivering a wide range of projects in quarrying, residential, commercial and renewables development.  He is a Director at Wardell Armstrong and runs the firms Edinburgh office.

The lecture will delivered virtually via Zoom

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