1. Further detail on the different types of hydrogen production is set out in the Hydrogen Policy Statement.
2. Scottish hydrogen: assessment report - gov.scot (www.gov.scot) In the 2030s our assessments suggest the hydrogen economy will be worth between £2.5bn and £6bn in GVA to Scotland and we have the potential to be supporting between 31,000 and 81,000 jobs. In the 2040s the hydrogen economy could be worth between £5.7bn and £25.9bn in GVA to Scotland and we have the potential to be supporting between 68,000 and 313,000 jobs
6. Heating Value of 39.4kW/kg and annual consumption of 12,000kWh per year for an average house.12,000/39.4 = 304.6kg ,1000kg (1 tonne) = 1000/304.6 = 3.3 homes -1MW of electrolytic hydrogen production produces 92 tonnes of hydrogen p.a.= to 302,0000 homes.
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