The whisky industry has been quick to recognise the potential for green hydrogen to reduce its carbon footprint.
A renowned Scottish distillery has unveiled multi-million pound plans to install a biomass facility in order to decarbonise its operations.
Whisky distilleries on Islay and Jura are to use tidal power from Nova Innovation in order to create “the water of life” as part of a new development.
Two Orkney distilleries are to take part in a £58,781 research project to investigate the use of “green” hydrogen heating as part of a government initiative to find ways of decarbonising the distilling sector.
A UK-based renewables services firm has received more than £70,000 in funding to assess the possibility of using hydrogen in the production of whisky.
A north-east oil and gas worker has teamed up with his friend to bring a new “Scottish” rum to the market.
Scotland. Proud home of the noble haggis, magnificent Highlands and, of course, Scotch whisky.
Offshore renewables schemes tailor made for their locations could be used to help develop industries such as whisky distilling and fish farming in remote coastal areas and islands, according to a new study.
A Moray based steel fabricator has opened a new office across the globe after creating the world’s first mobile malt whisky distillery.