ITM Power completes study for renewable hydrogen in BC

ITM Power has completed its techno-economic feasibility study for large-scale centralised production of renewable hydrogen in British Columbia (BC).

The study, led by ITM Power, was funded by the BC Government and was supported by G&S Budd Consulting Ltd. and partners Mitsui & Co., Chiyoda Corporation and BC Hydro.

The project commenced in April (2018) and has the potential to be one of the largest of its kind globally, with a total hydrogen electrolysis capacity of up to 300MW under consideration, to be used both domestically and for international export demand, specifically to California and Japan.

The study analysed over ten potential BC Hydro grid and private wire connected locations for practical installation and operational business cases for up to 300MW of electrolysis paired with liquid organic hydrogen carrier technology.

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