Our Project Partners

Position: Lead partner

National University of Ireland Galway

The chemistry group has relevant expertise in materials for hydrogen
production and solar energy. The economics group has experience in nonmarket
valuation and socio-economic impact analysis and participated in many
EU projects. NUIG has the capacity to coordinate the project.

Position: Partner

University of Liverpool
Chemistry/Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy

The Stephenson is a specialist energy materials research institute focused on
the physics and chemistry that will transform the future of energy generation,
storage, transmission and efficiency. We have relevant expertise in sustainable
fuel generation including the development of novel catalysts.

Position: Partner

Instituto Tecnológico y de Energías Renovables, SA

R&D center founded by Tenerife Island Council, included in Tenerife
Science and Tech Park. Experience in fostering socioeconomic development
and promotion of R&D&i technologies within the fields of
Renewables, Environment and ICT. Projects linked to ICT to address
challenges such as climate change.

Position: Partner

Aran Islands Energy Cooperative

CFOAT aims at energy independence and carbon neutrality by 2022. It has
made big strides in retrofitting of houses and the introduction of electric
vehicles. Its plans include local generation of renewable energy and smart
management systems with local ownership and control.

Position: Partner

Action Renewables

Action Renewables (AR) is a private company, limited by guarantee and
with charitable status. It is widely recognised as the foremost authority on renewable energy in Northern Ireland. AR has extensive experience of working on projects regarding electric vehicles, private and public.

Position: Partner

Regional Agency for Energy and Environment of Autonomous Region of Madeira

AREAM is a non-profit organisation aiming to promote sustainable
development and innovation on energy and environment, including energy
regional and local planning, renewable energy sources assessment, energy
efficiency on mobility, support to research and demonstration of new
technologies.

Position: Partner

European Hydrogen Association

The EHA since 2000 has been representing and supporting national clusters to
promote the use of hydrogen as a clean energy carrier to power stationary and
mobile power applications; by linking 18 national member associations with
similar clusters in all EU Member States and with EU funding projects.

Position: Partner

Tenerife Energy Agency

AIET is a public non-profit foundation created within the IEE Programme. AIET
has more than 10 years of experience in the promotion and dissemination
of R&D&i in renewable energy, energy efficiency and environmental
protection; as well as in technology and of know-how transfer.

Position: Partner

HyEnergy Consultancy Limited

HyEnergy Consultancy is a private company. Founded in November 2014,
it supplies technical and commercial support services to the hydrogen and
energy sectors and is a project developer for sector cross over projects.

Position: Partner

Logan Energy

Logan Energy was founded in June 2005 and has expertise in the design,
integration, procurement, installation, operation and maintenance of hydrogen
technology base systems incorporating fuel cells, electrolysers, compressors,
storage and H2 refueling stations.

Position: Associated partner

Council of Tenerife Island

Governing body of the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands) established on
16 March 1913 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Enjoys a number of local powers
as contained in the Statute of Autonomy of the Canaries, other powers are
delegated to the ministries of the territorial government.

Position: Associated partner

Galway City Council

GCyC is currently a partner on ‘Your Data Stories’ a Horizon 2020 project. Our
team has a broad set of skills as befitting a Local Authority, but with particular
skills in Financial Control & Traffic Management.

Position: Associated partner

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC)

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) was established in 2003 as a test centre to provide developers of wave and tidal energy converters with purpose-built, accredited, open-sea testing facilities. EMEC’s leading, world-class facilities have attracted more marine energy developers than any other test site.
EMEC’s experience in the generation, logistics, and application of hydrogen in the marine environment will reinforce the SEAFUEL project