By DARA BUTTERFIELD
As EXCLUSIVELY revealed yesterday in Scottish Energy News – the lead partner behind Levenmouth Community Energy Project has awarded its first contract, just months after securing £4 million of Scottish Government funding to kick start the innovative hydrogen power scheme.
The Levenmouth Community Energy Project members include Bright Green Hydrogen, Japanese industrial conglomerate Toshiba and the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
The project is the most complex hydrogen project outside Japan to date that Toshiba has become involved with and will see the company implement the hydrogen energy management scheme at site by providing the overarching control system, which will control the operation of the scheme, as well as seeking opportunities to build upon project learning.
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Bright Green Hydrogen has appointed Logan Energy to deliver three key components of the project which will place Levenmouth at the global forefront of the clean energy revolution through developing the Hydrogen Office in Methil into a world-class demonstrator of hydrogen applications generated from renewable sources.
George Archibald, Chief Executive at Bright Green Hydrogen – which is leading the project consortium – said: “Making such major progress already puts us in a good position on the critical path to developing the project and demonstrates the partners’ commitment to seeing the scheme up-and-running.
“The team at Logan Energy, who are highly experienced with an established track record, have an integral role to play in helping the project partners to bring this cutting-edge development to fruition and we welcome them on board.”