Canadian green hydrogen project progresses

As part of Air Liquide’s mandate to increase green hydrogen production capacity, work has begun on 20-megawatt proton exchange membrane (PEM) hydrogen system at its Bécancour plant in Quebec, Canada.

Upon completion, the project will be the largest-of-its-kind to produce green hydrogen, producing 3,000 tonnes of hydrogen output annually, and will reduce carbon dioxide emissions for the region by approximately 27,000 tonnes annually.

Today in a new project update, Canadian consulting engineering and project implementation company Hatch has said that it will provide its services for the project.

“We are committed to designing, building, and supporting practical solutions that reduce the presence of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere in order to mitigate the unavoidable climate change-related impacts to the natural environment,” said Michel Carreau, Director within Hatch’s renewable power group.

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