Edinburgh clean energy firm Logan Energy to take part in six-figure project. Edinburgh-based clean energy specialist Logan Energy has been selected to supply and maintain three hydrogen tube trailers for a six-figure green hydrogen project in Northern Ireland. The tube trailers – trucks that carry compressed hydrogen – will be used to transport green hydrogen produced from an electrolyser at a wind farm in County Antrim, owned and operated by Northern Ireland energy supplier Energia Group. The hydrogen will be transported to Belfast’s main public transport depot, where it will power a fleet of Translink double decker fuel-cell buses, using a refuelling station to be supplied and maintained by Logan Energy. The firm was selected for the five-year contract by Irish gas and electricity supplier Energia, which is a key player in the €9 million (£8m) EU-funded GenCOMM project. The latter aims to address sustainability challenges through the implementation of smart hydrogen-based energy and commercial models.
Scotsman 4th May 2020 read more »