The aim of the SEAFUEL project is to demonstrate the feasibility to power local transportation using hydrogen produced by renewable energies and seawater, as an alternative fuel in remote Atlantic regions.
Pau Farràs, SEAFUEL’s project coordinator, will participate in the event with an information stand during two of the activities organized in the festival. These activities will take place on Sunday 23rd of September “Loving Galway – Ideas for a Beautiful Planet”, and on Sunday 30th, “Family fun day – Loving Galway Oyster Festival”.
The festival is a unique collaboration between Galway City Council, Galway City Community Network, NUI Galway, Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, LAWCO, Galway Environmental Network, Youth Work Ireland Galway, Green-Schools, Galway Waterways, and community and environmental groups across the city. The festival builds on decades of activity by the City’s environmental community and is a legacy of Galway’s European Green Leaf designation in 2017.
For more information: https://www.galwaycity.ie/lovinggalway-information