Low-carbon technology fund is tonic for Scottish gin maker

The Orkney Distillery wants to become the world’s greenest gin and whisky producer. Photograph: Alamy A craft distillery in Scotland could become the greenest gin and whisky producer in the world as part of the government’s plans to cut industrial climate emissions. The Orkney Distillery has secured a slice of the government’s £390m fund to help develop low-carbon technologies that could reduce carbon emissions from industry. It hopes to use the funds to become the first gin distillery in the world to run on hydrogen made from renewable energy rather than liquid petroleum gas.…

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