HTEC to Add a 5MW Hydrogen Processing Facility in British Columbia

By April 20, 2021 < 1   min read  (132 words)

April 20, 2021 |

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In addition to the hydrogen fueling stations HTEC has planned for the future, a new electrolytic hydrogen plant that is estimated to be capable of producing five megawatts will be built to support the decarbonization of the local gas grid used by British Columbia.

For the project, HTEC announced a collaboration with Mitsui’s Canadian subsidiary.

“Partnerships make what we do possible. Hydrogen is part of the solution on the global path to a zero emission future, in transportation, industry, homes, and our workplaces.”

Colin Armstrong, CEO of HTEC.

“We are expanding our partnerships with strategic players like HTEC who shares the common goal of decarbonisation.”

Sayu Ueno, Chief Operating Officer of the Americas Business Unit of Mitsui.

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