Hydrogen technologies leader, Logan Energy, is to deliver a 0.87MW electrolyser that will provide up to 120,000kg of zero-emission green hydrogen per year in Dorset, England.
The Arbikie Highland Estate Distillery near Montrose is one step closer to becoming net zero thanks to a £3 million funding award granted to UK renewables company Locogen in partnership with hydrogen technologies specialist Logan Energy.
Logan Energy will work in partnership with Hy-Met Limited and WMG, University of Warwick to deliver the Hydrogen Prototype Equipment for Refuelling (HyPER) project.
Together, the consortium will develop a next-generation hydrogen flowmeter for refuelling Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs). These will be used for hydrogen refuelling systems, and will be lightweight, smaller, more cost effective and more accurate than existing instruments.
Hydrogen technologies leader, Logan Energy, is to design and supply one of the largest capacity hydrogen refuelling stations in Europe, facilitating the roll-out of one of the UK’s biggest zero-emission bus orders in Belfast.
Hydrogen technologies leader, Logan Energy, has unveiled plans to create up to 100 skilled new roles in Scotland as part of a strategic partnership with clean fuel specialist Element 2. The initial 3-year partnership will see Logan Energy design, manufacture and maintain hydrogen refuelling stations on sites developed by Element…
Hydrogen technology leader, Logan Energy, has today announced the appointment of three industry-leading experts to its board, bolstering its executive team ahead of increased international expansion.
Clean energy solutions provider, Logan Energy, has won a public tender contract with Welsh social enterprise, Menter Môn, to support the delivery of a hydrogen production plant, refuelling and distribution hub in Holyhead, North Wales.
Renewable energy specialist Locogen and hydrogen technology expert Logan Energy are partnering to deliver green solutions to two of these winning projects and will work together to help whisky distilleries in Benbecula and Inverkeilor move away from traditional distilling processes that rely on burning fuel oil or natural gas, to a more environmentally friendly alternative that embraces green hydrogen.
Logan Energy, has delivered the first hydrogen refuelling station in Europe to adopt an industry-leading fuelling method, making vehicles powered by the superfuel cheaper to run by reducing the capital and operational cost of the refuelling infrastructure.
TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has selected Edinburgh-based hydrogen technology specialist Logan Energy to construct the mobile test facility.