Network operator HTEC is working hard to drive down the cost of hydrogen in British Columbia and confirmed to H2 View its retail stations in the Canadian province are currently retailing at CAD$12.75 ($10.15) per kilogram.
CEO Colin Armstrong attributed this to the work HTEC is doing with governments on policies and programmes so hydrogen can be priced competitively with gasoline and diesel.
“We know we must get it down further for heavy-duty and transit operations; the higher volumes associated with these applications will help,” he told H2 View.
HTEC currently operates four stations in British Columbia, which has the largest hydrogen fuelling network in Canada, in Vancouver, Burnaby, North Vancouver and Vancouver Island. The Canadian firm has plans for five more stations that will be open in the next one to two years.
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