Green hydrogen production planned for Canadian port

A Canadian port has today (August 18) it had reached an agreement in principle with Cross River Infrastructure Partners to develop a green hydrogen production facility supporting regional, federal, and global efforts to transition to cleaner energy.

Under the agreement, the hydrogen facility will be situated at the Port of Belledune, New Brunswick, Canada and use 200MW of clean power to produce green ammonia for export, with potential expansions creating capacity to serve local and global energy needs.

H2 View understands, pending the outcome of feasibility studies, environmental assessments, due diligence, and permitting, the hydrogen production facility could come online by 2027.

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