The project is co-financed by the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme through the European Regional Development Fund, and aims to support green initiatives and promote international cooperation among 36 Atlantic regions across five European countries.
It’s important to remember that this project is hugely significant not just for remote communities in Europe but around the world...Bill Ireland, CEO, Logan Energy
Logan Energy specialises in delivering hydrogen technologies and has been tasked with designing and building a hydrogen generation and refuelling station for the project, which is based in Tenerife.
Bill Ireland, CEO of Logan Energy, said: “We are delighted that SEAFUEL has been given the go ahead and that Logan Energy is to be the hydrogen partner for this innovative project. This project is unique in that it examines the conversion of seawater into hydrogen with the specific purpose of being used as transport fuel..."