ATCO to construct two hydrogen production and refuelling stations for locomotives in Alberta, Canada

ATCO Group has announced today (May 4) an agreement to provide Canadian Pacific (CP) with two hydrogen production and refuelling facilities in Alberta, Canada, to support the growing zero-emission locomotive sector.

The construction of the hydrogen facilities at CP’s Calgary and Edmonton railyards will advance the CP’s Hydrogen Locomotive Programme, which aims to build North America’s first line-haul hydrogen powered freight locomotive.

The infrastructure at each site is set to include a 1MW electrolyser, compression, storage, and dispensing unit. The Calgary electrolyser is intended to be powered by part renewable electricity from CP’s existing 5MW solar power facility at its headquarters.

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