Logan Energy selected as hydrogen refuelling partner for £1.9m 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.

Logan Energy was selected as the project’s hydrogen partner due to its strong track record and experience in delivering hydrogen refuelling stations and integrated hydrogen technologies.

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