Hatch and Plan Group to support hydrogen infrastructure project in the Bruce Region

Hatch and Plan Group will support the foundational work required to advance the Bruce Innovates foundational hydrogen infrastructure project in the Bruce Region, Canada.

In an announcement released today (7th Dec), the two companies said they were selected by Bruce County and Saugeen First Nation to support the project which hopes to transform the Bruce region into Canada’s clean energy capital.

The partnership will now evaluate the feasibility of the power-to-gas demonstration of green hydrogen production and local energy storage capabilities as an initial step towards large scale deployment of hydrogen and eventual commercialisation.

“As the world navigates the clean energy transition, Canada will play a key role in the green hydrogen space. And here in the Bruce Region, we are well positioned to become Canada’s hydrogen hub, providing solutions to use off-peak clean nuclear and renewable power with potential storage capabilities,” said Mitch Twolan, Bruce County Warden.

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