EverWind receives green light to advance its Canadian hydrogen project

EverWind Fuels has been awarded the exclusive right to pursue the development of its green fuels project on the Burin Peninsula of Newfoundland of Labrador, Canada.

The project aims to convert renewable power from wind into green hydrogen and then into green ammonia, to be transported and used as a green fertiliser on EverWind’s planned farms expected to generate power by 2027.

The announcement ensures that EverWind has established its position as one of the leading green energy suppliers in Canada and North America, boasting two large-scale projects secured and under development now in Newfoundland and Labrador, and Nova Scotia.

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