Multi-billion-dollar hydrogen energy complex plans unveiled for Alberta, Canada

Plans for multi-billion-dollar net-zero hydrogen energy complex have been unveiled for Edmonton, Alberta – and Air Products is at the heart of it.

In conjunction with the Government of Canada and the Province of Alberta, the industrial gas giant today (June 9) said works will begin with a transformative $1.3bn net-zero hydrogen production and liquefaction facility expected onstream in 2024.

The centre of Western Canada’s hydrogen economy, Alberta’s hydrogen complex is set to make the clean fuel a key enabler for the country’s carbon neutrality by 2050 goal. Further to that, the plans set the stage for Air Products to be at the heart of one of the most competitive markets.

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