According to the University of Edinburgh report, commissioned by PlusZero and the Scottish Government, saw support the clean energy carrier as a means to provide zero-emission power to festivals.
When asked whether or not the audience had a desire for hydrogen generators to be used at festivals near to them or festivals they associate with, three-quarters of participants (75.68%) answered yes, 3% answered no, whilst the remaining 21.32% answered don’t know.
These results support PlusZero who have created a portable, zero-carbon generators powered by green hydrogen from renewable electricity.
According to PlusZero, its range of combustion-engine based generators offer fast, reliable and a cost-effective approach to meeting the varied demand for carbon-zero, portable power in the events, outdoor filming, construction and industrial sectors.
David Amos, founder and Managing Director of PlusZero, said, “Green Hydrogen has long been recognised as having vast potential as part of Scotland’s renewable energy mix.
“Having completed a series of successful demonstrations at the Edinburgh International Festival, COP26 and Edinburgh Castle in 2021, PlusZero has already turned that potential into an innovative, ready-to-go Green Hydrogen solution that can deliver clean power, wherever it’s needed.
“This pioneering Report from The University of Edinburgh shows that there is support among festival audiences for Green Hydrogen as a viable clean fuel alternative to polluting diesel generators at outdoor events – opening up a major new market for Scottish Green Hydrogen.”
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