H2Tec, a subsidiary of Edinburgh-based Logan Energy, has won a contract to perform upgrades to the European Marine Energy Centre’s hydrogen production plant in Orkney. The firm will perform the upgrades as part of the €11.7 million, Integrating Tidal Energy into the European Grid project, funded by the European Union. H2Tec will procure, install, test and commission an essential pipework-control panel to connect newly generated hydrogen to on-site storage tanks. EMEC’s hydrogen production facilities were installed on the island of Eday to harness surplus wind and tidal power to generate hydrogen through electrolysis.
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