Two new hydrogen stations planned for Teesside

Hydrogen technology specialist Logan Energy will supply two of the first publicly accessible hydrogen refuelling stations in Teesside, UK, as part of a £2.25m project.

In a company-first the Edinburgh-based Logan Energy will supply fuel cell quality hydrogen for vehicles in addition to delivery and operation the two new hydrogen refuelling stations.

The initial four-year contract is part of an ambitious UK Government project, funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) Hydrogen for Transport Fund, which aims to deliver five new hydrogen refuelling stations across the UK.

Of the five refuelling stations funded by OLEV, a joint proposal from the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority, the Materials Processing Institute, and Northern Gas Networks successfully bid £1.3m to have two located across Teesside.

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