March 16, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
Canada will be working with Germany on a clean energy transition with hydrogen at the forefront.
Some political differences may be encountered, however, as Canada is a proponent of “blue” hydrogen while Germany is focused more on “green” hydrogen.
Blue hydrogen is produced from natural gas or other fossil fuels while green hydrogen is produced from non-fossil fuel sources.
The agreement between the two countries is expected to be signed today. To read the full story from iPolitics.ca, click here.
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