Project Nujio’qonik in spotlight for Canada-Germany hydrogen deal

A green hydrogen project on the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador is set to be thrust into the international spotlight this week.

World Energy GH2 has announced that the site of their new renewable hydrogen production and distribution project, at the port of Stephenville, will host German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accompanied by key Cabinet Ministers on Tuesday, in which an ‘historic’ hydrogen deal is expected to be signed between the two countries.

The CD$17bn Project Nujio’qonik will be Canada’s first commercial green hydrogen/ammonia producer with a 3GW wind farm delivering around 250,000 tons/year of hydrogen using 1.5 GW electrolysers.

Trudeau and Scholz will be on hand to commit their countries to an accord to accelerate the growth of green hydrogen, a new source of clean, transportable renewable fuel made from wind and water.

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