The new H2 filling pump is a project of the Clean Energy Partnership formed by German multinational automaker Daimler, gases and engineering company Linde, and the French multinational integrated oil and gas company TOTAL. Full Story
A £4 million funding package could bring a warm glow to the future of Levenmouth.
The Scottish Government funding will go to a pioneering industry development aimed at shaping the future prosperity of communities through a number of green hydrogen projects. Full Story
Curbing the health effects of air pollution pays dividends. The evidence we have provides decision-makers across the whole of government with a compelling reason to act. If different sectors come together on this, we not only save more lives but also achieve results that are worth astounding amounts of money,” says Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe.Full Story
29th April 2015. The UK’s highest court has ruled that the UK government must take immediate action to cut air pollution, and specifically nitrogen dioxide (NO2) which is linked to a range of respiratory illnesses and other health issues. NO2 pollution is produced from combustion and in particular from diesel vehicles. Full Story
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.
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 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
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
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
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