North West England’s £1m hydrogen project progresses

Hydrogen tech firm Logan Energy has been selected to deliver a green hydrogen production and refuelling unit in North West England to power hydrogen-powered council vehicles.

Harnessing electricity produced from solar PV panels, the refuelling unit will use an electrolyser supplied by gas generation experts ErreDue UK, to split water to produce green hydrogen fuel.

The £1m ‘Project Vanguard’, led by Cheshire East Council and Storengy UK, is thought to be the first of its kind in North West England.

Michael Gibson, Manging Director of Storengy UK, said, “We are proud to be delivering this innovative project for Cheshire East Council.”

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