A new agreement revealed today (Jan 10) between Superior Propane and Charbone Corporation aims to provide green hydrogen to commercial and industrial customers in Canada.
The collaboration could help the companies to expand its hydrogen related business practices whilst additionally raising the demand for hydrogen solutions to decarbonise the Canadian economy.
Superior and Charbone will leverage their collective expertise in mobile energy distribution and related logistics and green hydrogen production to make hydrogen fuel an affordable and convenient energy option for companies looking to reduce carbon emissions, utilise green sources of energy and achieve sustainability goals across multiple industry sectors.
Under the letter of intent, Charbone will provide superior with green hydrogen sourced from its Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, facility which should see deliveries completed as early as the third quarter of 2022.
From here, Superior will then supply hydrogen to customers which will include industries including minding, power generation, transportation and industrial energy users.
This will rise the demand for hydrogen within the area and drive hydrogen forward.
Luc Desjardins, President and CEO of Superior Propane, said, “We are excited to be working with Charbone to offer green hydrogen to customers in Quebec, Canada.
“Superior’s safety record, logistics network and best-in-class mobile energy distribution platform will enable Charbone to continue to expand its hydrogen supply business.
“Superior’s access to Charbone’s green hydrogen production will allow us to sell cost-effective green energy to current and new customers and aligns with our larger strategy to offer alternative energy products, including green and low carbon energy alternatives, to our customers by leveraging our existing energy distribution business.”
At H2 View, we know just how much hydrogen news there is to keep on top of. That’s exactly why we’ve launched a brand new daily newsletter that will send you the top five stories every day, straight to your inbox.
Don’t forget we also have our weekly newsletter which includes a round-up of the past seven days’ hydrogen highlights, including not only news but also interviews, features and analysis.
Sign up for our newsletters.