Ten new hydrogen stations planned for British Columbia

The Government of British Columbia has allocated $10m for the construction and operation of ten hydrogen fuelling stations, as well as three years of support for Hydrogen BC, a new entity of the Canadian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association.

Bruce Ralston, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources yesterday made the announcement at f-cell+HFC 2020, where he said, “British Columbia is now in a great position to make hydrogen an important part of our clean energy future.”

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British Columbia already boasts the largest hydrogen fuelling network in Canada, however, further developments will help to drive the uptake of fuel cell electric vehicles. Ralston also hopes that the development of such stations will help the province achieve its targets outlined in the Zero Emissions Vehicles Act. 

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