Canada to gain its ‘first’ bright green hydrogen facility

An agreement signed on Tuesday (April 26) is aiming to explore the feasibility of establishing Canada’s “first” bright green hydrogen facility.

With an investment of around $1.2bn, the facility could be capable of producing up to 1 million tonnes of hydrogen which could be a crucial development for the Canadian hydrogen economy.

The project, being developed by Fort Nelson First Nation and Hydrogen Naturally, will also integrate natural air carbon capture and storage in order to reduce the overall carbon footprint of the project. The hydrogen produced here will be produced by harvest residuals and residual fibre that are not currently used for high-value solid wood products.

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