Resources efficiency in Atlantic regions
SEAFUEL aims to demonstrate the feasibility to power local transportantion networks using fuels produced by renewable energies and seawater, with no net carbon footprint as promoted by the resource-efficient flagship initiative COM(2010)2020
Making an Impact Across the Globe
SEAFUEL aims to use the renewable resorces across the Atlantic Area to power the local transport fleet and support the shift towards a low-carbon economy.
The partnership consists of Academia, Government, Business and Community as a quadruple helix model to promote excellence and knowledge exchange and with the capacity to implement the technology and the necessary policy framework for a hydrogen economy.
SEAFUEL will hold a series of seminars and cluster wokshops, designed to engage the attendees in discussions about hydrogen and public transport. The strategy of the partners and the project throughout will be an absolute priority of influencing policy makers.
SEAFUEL is focus on enhancing the green growth and blue economy and paving the grounds for common renewable energy policies to promote clean and sustainable transport systems.
SEAFUEL partners met on the 16th and 17th of October 2019 to discuss the updates and progresses of the project and participated in a SEAFUEL event organized by Action Renewables. On October 16th -17th representatives of SEAFUEL project’s partner organizations met in...
Dr. Pau Farrás, coordinator of the SEAFUEL Project - Sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation, co-financed by the 2014-2020 INTERREG Atlantic Area programme, will present the project during the Conference sessions organized 8 October in La...
The Spanish partners of the SEAFUEL project, AIET and ITER, will participate on 27 September, 2019 in the European Researchers Night, MacaroNight 2019, where they will share their knowledge about green hydrogen production with renewable sources, such as wind energy...
Featured Case Studies
SEAFUEL is carriying out a full assessment of all regions within Europe, and also on a global scale, to deliver a set of case studies, including two feasibility studies.
- Isolated territories
- Large energy dependence
- Expensive fuel/energy imports.
- Bad grid connection.
- Aim at small/medium scale installations
Where to fins us:
H2 Refueling station future location:
Instituto Tecnológico y de Energías Renovables, S.A.
s/n, Polígono Industrial de Granadilla, 38600 Granadilla, Santa Cruz de Tenerife