Renewable energy project launched by NUI Galway

A project, aimed at developing the use of hydrogen as a renewable energy source, has been launched by NUI Galway. The €3.5 million three-year project aims to promote and support the shift towards a low-carbon economy by showing how it is feasible to power local...

NUI Galway launches major renewable fuel project

Galway Bay fm newsroom – NUI Galway has officially launched its SEAFUEL project, which aims to use hydrogen as a renewable resource. It’s hoped the element can be used across the Atlantic region to power the local transport fleet of cars, and support the shift towards...

Ireland’s Aran Islands gets fleet of seawater-powered cars

IRELAND's Aran Islands have bene chosen to take part in a multi-million pound project to show how renewable energy can be used in transport. The SEAFUEL project, which is being led by NUI Galway, is taking part in three Atlantic regions. As we as the West of Ireland...

Hydrogen to power homes, boats and cars on Aran Islands

The Aran Islands will form part of an EU study to see if hydrogen can be produced using renewable energy to power cars, boats and heat buildings. The €3.5m project led by NUI Galway will also see construction of a hydrogen plant on the Canary Islands, where up to 25kg...

SEAFUEL partners meeting hosted by Logan Energy Hydrogen Technologies in Edinburgh

Representatives from 9 of the 10 project partners arrived in Edinburg on 27 June for a two day meeting of the SEAFUEL project – an initiative funded by the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme through the European Regional …

Renewable energy project launched by NUI Galway

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Ireland’s Aran Islands gets fleet of seawater-powered cars

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