2,500 tonne per year low-carbon hydrogen project to be developed in Canada

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been unveiled today (Feb 11) between Hazer Group, Suncor Energy and FortisBC Energy to develop a 2,500 tonne per year low-carbon hydrogen project in Canada.

In order to develop this project, a feasibility study will be the next course of action followed by securing funding arrangements and concluding binding agreements that will be necessary in order to establish the project consortium.

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