Alberta backs hydrogen technology development with CAD $57m

Alberta’s government is investing CAD $57m ($41.7m) to support the development of new hydrogen technologies across 28 projects.

Under the Canadian province’s Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction programme, the funding will be used to develop technologies that Rebecca Schulz, Alberta’s Environment Minister, said will help “hydrogen power Alberta’s industries, vehicles, homes and economy.”

CAD $7m ($5.1m) has been earmarked for Linde to install hydrogen production, distribution and refuelling infrastructure in Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan.

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