Logan Energy delivers first cost-cutting hydrogen station in Europe

Logan Energy today said it has delivered the first hydrogen station in Europe to adopt an industry-leading fuelling method.

According to the Scottish hydrogen technology specialist, it makes vehicles powered by the green fuel cheaper to run by reducing the capital and operational cost of the refuelling infrastructure.

The renewable hydrogen refuelling station will be Europe’s first to use the ‘MC Filling’ method, currently under consideration as the future standard hydrogen fuelling protocol.

This analytical method delivers a more “flexible and complete” fill by calculating the appropriate fuelling speed and ending pressure of a variety of vehicles, depending on the available hydrogen pre-cooling capacity, Logan Energy said.

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