Air Products’ multi-billion-dollar Canadian hydrogen complex plans to receive CAD$475m of Government backing

Air Products is set to receive CAD$475m ($353m) of Canadian federal and provincial government funding to develop the landmark multi-billion-dollar Net Zero hydrogen energy complex in Alberta, Canada.

The industrial gas giant in 2021 announced plans for the $1.3bn project which it said would boast hydrogen production and liquefaction capacities, which it expects to be onstream in 2024.

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Set to act as the centre of Western Canada’s hydrogen economy the complex is hoped to make the clean fuel a key enabler of the country’s carbon neutrality goals.

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