Logan Energy receives first tube trailers for green hydrogen project

A Northern Ireland project aiming to technically and financially validate the renewable hydrogen value chain is underway.

Tube trailers – trucks that carry compressed hydrogen – are being used to transport green hydrogen produced by electrolysis at a wind farm in County Antrim, owned and operated by Energia Group.

The hydrogen will be transported to Belfast’s main public transport depot, where it will power a fleet of Translink double decker hydrogen buses using a refuelling station supplied and maintained by Logan Energy.

Logan Energy said it has now received the first hydrogen tube trailers from Calvera for the project.

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