CHFCA Welcomes New Members GHD Limited and TUGLIQ Energy

By November 21, 2019 2   min read  (334 words)

November 21, 2019 |


We are proud to welcome GHD Limited and TUGLIQ Energy as our newest members!

GHD Limited provides comprehensive, tailored consulting and engineering services for alternative and renewable energy projects that range from site investigations and facility siting, due diligence, environmental assessments (EA’s), feasibility and/ economic assessments, conceptual design, permitting and funding applications, detailed engineering design, construction management, and plant commissioning into turnkey design-build-operate projects. GHD has a broad customer base that has seen the company at the forefront of development of solar, wind, energy from waste, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), enewable natural gas (RNG), hydrogen and other technological advances.GHD is involved in some of the largest hydrogen projects around the world. The company’s global project experience covers coal gasification, electrolyzers, steam reformation, storage (cryogenic and underground caverns), as well as power- to- gas and/ power- to- ammonia, development of hydrogen supply chains, and hydrogen mobility.

GHD is currently involved in research and development projects that generate hydrogen from; organic waste and; landfill gas as well as brown, blue and green hydrogen technologies. We are involved in industrial hydrogen and fertilizer production, novel hydrogen land and water transport modes and design synergies with renewable energy operation.

TUGLIQ Energy Co. is a Canadian specialist Independent Power Producer (IPP) focused on remote and complex energy diversification.

TUGLIQ is committing resources and know-how to enable reliable, cost-effective, innovative, predictable industrial-scale renewable energy, tailored specifically to mining operations, islanded and remote communities.

TUGLIQ financed, designed, deployed, commissioned, owns and operates Canada’s flagship mining Renewable Energy deployment, involving 6MW of Wind coupled to three-tiered energy storage of 3.2MW of Li-Ion batteries, 200kW of flywheels, and 200kW of Renewable Hydrogen loop. Since 2014, the award-winning Project has abated more than 12 million liters of diesel at the Glencore RAGLAN Mine, achieving 97.2% availability. The Wind farm was commissioned on time and on budget, a proud and significant achievement for the Arctic.

TUGLIQ is also developing other solar+storage projects in Africa and in other Canadian provinces.


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