HTEC provides company update

Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation (HTEC) has provided a company update in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

The company has said it continues to focus on its core business, unlocking hydrogen’s potential to reduce pollution and climate change by building hydrogen fuel supply solutions for fuel cell electric vehicles.

“The ongoing government and customer support enables us to keep moving forward in these difficult times and I am grateful we are able to keep the team at work and our projects on track,” said Colin Armstrong, CEO of HTEC.

HTEC has said that construction is continuing at its Victoria station which is the second in partnership with 7-Eleven. The station will be located in the Quadra McKenzie neighbourhood in Greater Victoria.

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