LOGAN Energy, the Edinburgh-based clean energy firm, has been selected to deliver a hydrogen refuelling station that turns water into transport fuel.

It supports the roll-out of dual-fuel hydrogen waste-disposal trucks in England, targeted because of their high emissions and specifically converted to tackle air quality objectives.

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The firm said the project builds on its track record of delivering hydrogen technology across the UK and Europe and Scotland’s growing reputation as leaders in the hydrogen industry.

The £1 million project, led by Cheshire East Council and Storengy UK, demonstrates the potential to turn water sources into clean, low-carbon energy and is the first of its kind in north west England.

Bill Ireland, of Logan Energy, said: “The demand to switch to a low-carbon economy is greater than ever before.”