Getech, the net zero technology provider and data-led energy asset developer, is pleased to announce that H2 Green Limited, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Highland Council incorporated under the Local Government of Scotland. H2 Green is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Getech, focused on developing and operating green hydrogen hub infrastructure. The Highland Council and H2 Green have agreed a vision to create a regional network of green hydrogen hubs across the Scottish Highlands. This infrastructure will accelerate the decarbonisation of the Highlands council area, the largest administrative unit in the United Kingdom covering almost a third of Scotland.H2 Green and the Highland Council will produce a regional plan to:Develop a network of green hydrogen hubs – placing hydrogen production, storage and delivery infrastructure at optimal locations across the Scottish HighlandsEstablish commercial agreements for green hydrogen offtake, underpinned by transport decarbonisation initiatives in the HighlandsEstablish commercial agreements for consumption of by-products of hydrogen generation, including oxygen and zero-emission heat.The Highland Council will contribute GBP 100,000 to the cost of this initial work. The Parties have already commenced negotiations on the terms of a Joint Venture Agreement under which the proposed Highlands decarbonisation plan will be delivered. To facilitate this negotiation, the Highland Council has granted H2 Green six months of exclusivity.