Edinburgh Firm Partners with EU Project to Make Hydrogen Fuel From Seawater

By July 10, 2019 < 1   min read  (207 words)

July 10, 2019 |

Hydrogen From Saltwater

A Scottish company at the cutting edge of hydrogen technology is partnering with a European project to convert seawater into sustainable hydrogen fuel for island regions.

Edinburgh-based Logan Energy has been selected as the hydrogen technology partner for the €3.6 million (£3.2m) Seafuel initiative, funded by the European Union.

The Tenerife-based project aims to demonstrate how renewable fuels can be used to create more sustainable transport systems. Logan Energy will design and build a hydrogen generation and refuelling station which uses renewable resources, specifically solar-generated electricity, to convert seawater into hydrogen to fuel local transport on the island.

The Scottish firm is currently constructing the station at its technology centre in Wallyford and will deploy the unit in Tenerife at the end of the year.

Seafuel’s ambition is to pave the way for more renewable energy policies which promote clean and sustainable transport systems, while helping remote islands reduce their reliance on expensive fuel imports.

Upon completion, Logan Energy will work with Seafuel’s other project partners to review the feasibility of transferring the technology to similar island regions where transport accounts for around 30 per cent of fuel consumption.

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