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Canada, B.C. to assume leading roles in emergence of green hydrogen


February 4, 2021
By Canadian Biomass Magazine

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Both Canada and British Columbia are expected to take on leading roles in the emergence of hydrogen as a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels.

The demand for hydrogen has been sparked by governmental policies that encourage the decarbonization of current fuel and energy systems.

In spite of experiencing forward momentum, hydrogen is still facing a number of challenges including a price premium, a lack of infrastructure and compatibility issues with infrastructure and appliances.

To read the full story from Gowling WLG, click here.

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1 Comment » for Canada, B.C. to assume leading roles in emergence of green hydrogen
  1. Ron Bruce says:

    “British Columbia is expected to take on a leading role in the emergence of hydrogen as a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels.” Why is it that Premier John Horgan subsidized the fossil fuel industry for $1.3 Billion? There seems to be a huge disconnect between intentions and actions taken.

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