As industries face a volatile market and concerns grow about fuel prices, energy security and emissions, savvy businesses are seizing the opportunity to explore low-carbon, renewable fuel sources. Investment in low-carbon intensity fuels is set to rise sharply in the coming years with governments boosting prospects through funding and policy support.
Success in this sector is heavily reliant on siting, leading many businesses to search for supportive environments that can help them meet the growing demand for clean energy. Canada’s west coast – an established clean energy hub – is quickly emerging as a prime location for the production of hydrogen. But what exactly makes this region so attractive for clean fuel producers, and what kind of support can businesses expect when they choose the west coast of Canada?
The global energy crisis has led several countries to fall back on fossil fuels as a stop-gap to keep basic services functioning. At the same time, governments across the world recognise the need for a new approach to energy security that maintains operational reliability while reducing emissions.
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