Logan Energy selected for Irish transport project

Logan Energy selected for Irish transport project

Clean energy solutions provider Logan Energy has been selected to supply and maintain a hydrogen refuelling station in Belfast to support the roll-out of three hydrogen-fuelled double decker buses in the city.

The ‘Northern Ireland Hydrogen Transport’ project, led by Energia Group and public transport partner Translink, received £1.9m of grant funding from the Hydrogen for Transport Programme (HTP) – an initiative launched by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).

Edinburgh-based Logan Energy has now been contracted by consortium partner Energia Group – Northern Ireland’s leading energy supplier – to design, deliver and maintain the hydrogen refuelling station for the project at Translink’s Milewater Service Centre in Belfast.

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