The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA), a national, non-profit organisation working to champion the Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell sector, has welcomed two new members.
GHD Limited, a provider of tailored consulting and engineering services for alternative and renewable energy projects, is one of the association’s newest members, and is currently involved in some of the globe’s largest hydrogen projects.
Headquartered in the UK, GHD Limited is involved in multiple research and development projects that generate hydrogen from organic waste and landfill gas, as well as brown, blue and green hydrogen technologies.
TUGLIQ Energy Co., a Canadian independent power producer that focuses on remote and complex energy diversification, is the second company to join the CHFCA.
The company financed, designed, deployed, commissioned, and now owns and operates Canada’s flagship mining renewable energy deployment, including 6 megawatts of wind coupled to three-tiered energy storage of 3.2MW of Li-Ion batteries, 200kW of flywheels, and 200kW of renewable hydrogen loop.