Fortescue Future industries signs agreement with Canadian Indigenous Nations to develop green hydrogen projects

Canada will soon benefit from a new green hydrogen agreement signed between Fortescue Future industries (FFI) and three Indigenous Nations within Canada to support the growing demand for hydrogen in the country.

With memorandum of understanding’s (MoU) signed with Lheidli T’enneh First Nation in British Columbia, members of the Homeguard Cree First Nations in northern Manitoba, and the Innu Nation in Newfoundland and Labrador, FFI will build green hydrogen projects across Canada.

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