2024-06-12 Product news

$900M B.C.-based hydrogen fuel network aims to create jobs while reducing emissions

The H2 Gateway project is an initiative poised to revolutionize the transportation industry while making significant strides in emissions reduction.

Spearheaded by HTEC and bolstered by a $337 million loan from the Canada Infrastructure Bank, this $900 million endeavor aims to establish a network of hydrogen factories and refueling stations across British Columbia and Alberta. 

B.C. Premier David Eby underscores the project's unique focus on medium- and heavy-duty transport, stating, "HTEC has identified that gap in the ecosystem and they’re bringing the pieces together in a comprehensive network by targeting a specific sector."

With up to 20 hydrogen refueling stations, including three electrolysis hydrogen production plants and a facility for liquefying byproduct hydrogen, the project promises nearly 300 job opportunities and a potential reduction of 133,000 tonnes of emissions annually. 

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BC based hydrogen fuel network aims to create jobs while reducing emissions

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