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Scottish babies died at a rate high enough to trigger an investigation. Literally "scientists are baffled" but they KNOW it's not the covid vaccines because that would undermine confidence in the vaccine.
8 months ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/Medicine from heraldscotland.com
Expert review into mystery spike in Scots baby deaths begins, Dr Helen Mactier is chairing the review group investigating Scotland's unusual neonatal mortality rate during 2021/22
8 months ago by carn0ld03 to /s/UnitedKingdom from heraldscotland.com
Scotland: The 'green' glen embracing hydro powered farming that could solve energy crisis. If successful, on-farm green hydrogen systems like HydroGlen could cut on-farm emissions by at least 10% just by displacing diesel.
11 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from heraldscotland.com
NEIL MACKAY'S BIG READ: How revolutionary North Sea green energy boom will trigger goldrush and transform Scotland's debate on independence. “Scotland has the incredible benefit of a lot of nearby strong winds, and those winds are the ideal source to create green hydrogen”
2 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from heraldscotland.com
Hydrogen fuel for Glasgow ‘in time for COP26’. "The 51-acre site will have its own wind turbines and solar panels that will feed a 9MW electrolyser to extract hydrogen from water, meaning the entire process is completed without any carbon emissions."
Scotland set for hydrogen-powered train and rail revolution - BOC. "If we took Glasgow, for example, having a 20 megawatt electrolyser which can produce eight tonnes a day is perfect for meeting those large volume demands which a fleet of trains would bring.”
Scotland to trial world's first hydrogen-powered ferry in Orkney. "The news comes as hydrogen is emerging as a key source of power, and comes after Aberdeen City Council last week took delivery of the world’s first hydrogen-powered double decker bus,"
Green bus maker reveals plans for Scotland's first hydrogen fuel production facility
3 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from heraldscotland.com
Letters: We have backed the wrong option. Hydrogen should be the clean fuel of the future. "Those of us old enough will remember the duel between VHS & Betamax...The rush to electric vehicles is ill-considered and badly thought through. It will end in failure and frustration."
Scotland leads green fuel push as first central belt public hydrogen station opens
14m trees have been cut down in Scotland to make way for wind farms
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from heraldscotland.com
14 million trees have been cut down in Scotland to make way for wind farms
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/environment from heraldscotland.com
Edinburgh firm to build hydrogen bus fuelling station. "The fuel cell buses will be powered by renewable hydrogen produced through electrolysis on a windfarm in County Antrim."
Emission-free hydrogen trains 'will be carrying UK passengers within 3 years'
4 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from heraldscotland.com
How hydrogen could make Scotland a green energy superpower
How Orkney reinvented the future with hydrogen