British Columbia has become the first Canadian province to launch a hydrogen strategy to help achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
Launched on Tuesday (July 6), the strategy prioritises scaling up renewable hydrogen production, establishing regional hydrogen hubs and deploying medium- and heavy-duty fuel cell vehicles.
Part of CleanBC, the strategy include 63 actions for government, industry and innovators to undertake during the shot term (2020-25), medium term (2025-30) and long term (2030 and beyond).
To deliver such actions, the province will support the strategy with further investments announced as part of Budget 2021, including $10m over three years to develop policy on reducing the carbon intensity of fuel and advancing the hydrogen economy.
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