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  • Dec 17, 2020

Another hydrogen strategy, this time from Canada 

“There are projects on the books to get low carbon hydrogen production in place in B.C.,” Kirby said.

One of those projects is the Renewable Hydrogen Canada (RH2C) project in Chetwynd. Earlier this year, Macquarie Capital agreed to finance the $200-plus million renewable hydrogen plant. The project is just waiting for regulatory approval.

Kirby said there are several other hydrogen related proposals for B.C.

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Matt Chester on Dec 17, 2020

Are there particular resources or geograhpies that makes Canada poised to be a North American leader in hydrogen? I'm wondering if the colder weather that's often met with gas heating provides a big inherent market that gives hydrogen a leg up for Canadian investment, for example? 

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