First Hydrogen sets out green hydrogen infrastructure plans in Canada

First Hydrogen is planning to produce up to 35MW of green hydrogen using electrolysis and distribute to the Montreal-Quebec City corridor for vehicle use.

The company entered into an agreement with the City of Shawinigan for the purchase of two plots, which will be the location of its ‘first’ green hydrogen infrastructure, including facilities for hydrogen production and development of light commercial vehicles (LCV).

According to Luc Arvisais, Director of the Shawinigan Economic Development Department, the production project will be located within the J. Armand Foucher Industrial Park – which is near major Hydro Quebec substations and transmission lines – and the vehicle assembly project in the Energy Technopark.

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