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Logan Energy at All Energy 2015

All-Energy 2015 is one of the largest conferences held in the Glasgow this year and attracts around 7,000 delegates from all over the world. The two-day event at the SECC featured conference sessions and trade exhibitions covering areas ranging from offshore wind power to developing sustainable cities. Logan Energy’s CEO Bill Ireland was invited to speak, presenting on the topic Sustainable Cities and how Hydrogen and Fuel cells can play a part in the transition.

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Doosan turns on six S. Korean fuel cells

South Windsor clean energy manufacturer Doosan Fuel Cell on Tuesday announced six of its fuel cells have been turned on at the Korean South East Power Co. facility in a suburb of the country’s capital city of Seoul. Full Story

All Energy 2015

All-Energy will once again provide the industry with solutions and content essential to drive the success of your business. As the UK’s largest renewable energy event, All-Energy will take place, for the first time, at the SECC in the renewables hub of Glasgow – Logan Energy will be available at the SHFCA stand . Event Details

Hydrogen Office in Methil will host Toshiba’s first hydrogen research project outside Japan

Projects across Scotland will benefit from more than £20 million in funding from the Local Energy Challenge Fund that will help reshape how energy is delivered and used in communities throughout the country.Full Story

Scotland within a whisker of achieving 50% renewable generation target

Statistics published by DECC show Scotland has almost met its 50 per cent renewable electricity target a year ahead of schedule. The provisional statistics show 49.6 per cent of gross electricity consumption came from renewable sources in Scotland in 2014. Full Story

Funding of £1.35m announced for Orkney ‘Surf ‘n’ Turf’ Hydrogen Project

An innovative community renewables project using hydrogen energy conversion in Orkney has received £1.35m from the Scottish Government’s Local Energy Challenge Fund. The Orkney Surf ‘n’ Turf project will combine electricity from 2 tidal turbines and a wind turbine on Eday, which often produce more power than can be used in the area. Full Story

Hydrogen, hydrogen everywhere…

Aberdeen City Council recently opened the UK’s largest hydrogen production and bus refuelling station, owned and operated by BOC. Full Story

Scottish government celebrates community energy ownership surge

The Scottish government appears to be on track to meet a target of boasting 500MW of energy projects under community or local ownership by 2020, after new figures today reveal the sector grew 27 per cent last year. Full Story

£21 million for community ownership of energy projects

Five projects across Scotland will benefit from more than £20 million in funding that will help reshape how energy is delivered and used in communities throughout the country.Full Story

UK’s first hydrogen bus refuelling station opens in Aberdeen

The UK’s first hydrogen bus refuelling station has been officially opened in Aberdeen. The depot at Kittybrewster will provide fuel for a fleet of ten green buses which hit the streets this year.The £19m scheme has been backed by both the EU and the UK and Scottish Governments. Full Story

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