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CNL research hydrogen technologies and infrastructure to support adoption in Canada

CNL research hydrogen technologies and infrastructure to support adoption in Canada

The Canadian Nuclear Laboratory (CNL) is continuing its research into hydrogen as an energy solution that could provide a significant platform in decarbonising Canada.

To achieve this, CNL is participating in a series of research projects that are related to four separate areas of research that have been identified as critical in the successful development and adoption of hydrogen in the nation.

Read more: CNL investigates hydrogen technologies for Canadian marine sector

The group launched its Vision 2030 in which the CNL’s research also coincides with goals outlined in the Government of Canada’s hydrogen strategy with an emphasis on scaling adoption and infrastructure.

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