Ontario Power Generation to explore electrolysers for a low-carbon hydrogen economy

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has made its first concrete step into transitioning to low-carbon hydrogen following a request for market information on electrolyser technologies ranging from 20MW to 200MW.

The Canadian power generator said it would apply the gathered information and utilise it to help Ontario’s energy grid produce low-carbon hydrogen in its fight against climate change.

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