Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation (HTEC) has received a 2020 Canada’s Clean50Top Project award for its hydrogen infrastructure developments.
The award recognised the opening of Canada’s first retail hydrogen station by HTEC, as well as the corporation’s efforts towards building five more retail hydrogen stations in British Columbia by 2020.
“This award recognises the efforts of the many – across industry and government – who are facilitating the development of business and policy in support of hydrogen’s role in decarbonising our world,” said Colin Armstrong, HTEC’s President and CEO.
“HTEC couldn’t lead the rollout of Canada’s first network of hydrogen refuelling stations without strong relationships and we thank all of our partners for their shared commitment in fuelling the drive to hydrogen.”
The Clean50 Top Project Awards are announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Canada’s Clean50 organisation, to recognise the 20-best sustainability-oriented projects completed in Canada over the past two years.
“Delta’s criteria in determining Project awards is to consider carefully a combination of actual measurable impact, demonstrated innovation, and the project’s ability to inspire other to imitate it,” said Gavin Pitchford, Delta Management Group’s CEO.
“HTEC’s Retail Hydrogen Network is a terrific example.”
Toyota, Hyundai, and Honda are currently working to put vehicles on the road, supporting HTEC’s efforts to bring the hydrogen network online in British Columbia.