European Territorial Cooperation (ETC), better known as Interreg, provides a framework for the implementation of joint actions and policy exchanges between national, regional and local actors from the 28 different European Union Member States. The overarching objective of European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) is to promote a harmonious economic, social and territorial development of the Union as a whole. The funding is provided by the European Commission and the Programmes are managed by Member States.
Logan Energy Ltd are a partner on the SEAFUEL project, which is part of the Interreg Atlantic Area.
SEAFUEL aims to demonstrate the feasibility to power local transportation networks using fuels produced by renewable energies and seawater, with no net carbon footprint. It will cover technical innovation by a demonstration plant, a framework for policy implementation and a sustainability analysis of production, distribution and usage of hydrogen as an alternative fuel in remote Atlantic regions.
SEAFUEL will focus on enhancing the green growth and blue economy and paving the grounds for common renewable energy policies to promote clean and sustainable transport systems. Isolated areas such as islands face the specific challenge of the high cost of electricity and fuel and their dependency on mainland infrastructures. SEAFUEL will target these regions where 30% of fuel consumption comes from local transportation.
Logan Energy Ltd will design and manufacture a hydrogen refuelling station which will produce hydrogen, compress and store it, and dispense it to vehicles.
As part of this, Logan Energy Ltd are inviting tenders for an electrolyser for the project. Please see the attached RFQ for further information. Further information can also be found on the Public Contracts Scotland website where the notice is reference number APR317473. The deadline is 12noon (UK time) on 10th May 2018. Responses, and any questions, should be sent to Anne Stevenson on email@example.com.