World Energy GH2 secures Crown Land for Newfoundland and Labrador hydrogen project

The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador has approved World Energy GH2’s Crown Land applications for its 250,000 tonnes per year green hydrogen project.

World Energy GH2 has secured approvals for sites in Port au Port and the Anguille Mountains/Codroy area for the initial phases of the project, with further approvals gained for expansion sites in the Long Range Mountains and along the Burgeo Highway.

Coming as the latest step forward for Project Nujio’qonik, the land approvals confirms that both site control milestones have been met.

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