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British Columbia: 5MW hydrogen plant to support station network and decarbonise local gas grid
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British Columbia: 5MW hydrogen plant to support station network and decarbonise local gas grid

A new 5MW electrolytic hydrogen production plant is set to support HTEC’s network of hydrogen fuelling stations and decarbonise local gas grid use in British Columbia.

The news broke today (20th April), with HTEC announcing a collaboration with Mitsui’s Canadian subsidiary for the effort.

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Together, the partnership hopes to meet the increasing market demand for green hydrogen produced by electrolysis British Columbia.

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