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New study to explore nuclear power’s role in supporting the Canadian hydrogen economy

New study to explore nuclear power’s role in supporting the Canadian hydrogen economy

The Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) has launched a new study into the role that nuclear power could have in supporting a growing hydrogen economy, with a local pilot project a possibility.

The study, led by Arcadis, is expected to be a first of its kind for Canada that will explore the technical viability and business case for hydrogen production from emissions-free nuclear power to create pink hydrogen.

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