Hy2gen secures electricity supply for hydrogen and ammonia production

Hy2gen has been awarded renewable electricity supply for its Canadian hydrogen and ammonia production project in Baie-Comeau, Quebec.

The Quebec Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Energy (MEIE) selected project COURANT and will now, subject to agreement with Hydro-Québec, get a block of electricity to power hydrogen and ammonia production.

The company can now begin its Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) phase with sights on a final investment decision (FID). If positive, construction will begin in the second half of 2026 and first production in 2029.

“This is a giant step forward for Hy2gen Canada and the renewable energy industry,” explained Cyril Dufau-Sansot, CEO of Hy2gen. “[It’s] enabling us to make a significant contribution to decarbonising the economy and achieving Quebec’s ambitious sustainable development goals.”

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