Businesses do not believe the Government is being ambitious enough in efforts to create a “world-leading” hydrogen market, with the commitment of 5GW of green and blue hydrogen by 2030 failing to generate confidence within the private sector.
Edie 17th June 2021 read more »
Logan Energy has won the contract to deliver what will be the largest hydrogen hub in the north of Wales. The Edinburgh-based company, which supplies fuel cells and energy storage systems, was selected by Menter Môn, the social enterprise behind the project, to lead the creation of the production, refuelling and distribution facility in Holyhead on Anglesey. It is hoped that the facility could be operating in 2023 and will create up to 30 jobs. Green hydrogen can be produced using renewable energy and with water as the only byproduct. In recent months Logan Energy has won deals to create the first hydrogen refuelling stations on Teesside and has installed a facility at the research institute of the Saarland University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Economy in Saarbrücken, Germany. Holyhead is one of the busiest roll-on, roll-off ferry ports in Britain and offers a direct connection with Dublin. The new plant initially will offer refuelling services to heavy goods vehicles, as well as using hydrogen for operations in the port. The aim is to encourage local businesses to begin using the fuel.
Times 18th June 2021 read more »
A SCOTTISH hydrogen technologies company is to create 100 jobs as it moves to help build a UK-wide refuelling network. Logan Energy has unveiled plans to create the skilled new roles in Scotland as part of a strategic partnership with English clean fuel specialist Element 2.
Herald 18th June 2021 read more »