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The Hydrogen Revolution in Canada’s Energy Heartland (Financial Times) - April 2022

In Edmonton, Alberta, hydrogen is becoming a critical component of the energy mix A key element of Canada’s effort to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, hydrogen is a clean, innovative source of energy with the potential to make a huge global impact. In Canada’s energy heartland of Edmonton, Alberta, numerous ongoing projects are making the region a good example of how hydrogen can fuel a positive, cleaner energy future.

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The zero-carbon hydrogen future is taking place in Quebec (Financial Times) - April 2022

In Edmonton, Alberta, hydrogen is becoming a critical component of the energy mix A key element of Canada’s effort to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, hydrogen is a clean, innovative source of energy with the potential to make a huge global impact. In Canada’s energy heartland of Edmonton, Alberta, numerous ongoing projects are making the region a good example of how hydrogen can fuel a positive, cleaner energy future.

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Canada's clean hydrogen gets set to power the world (Financial Times) - April 2022

Establishing a transformative, clean hydrogen economy represents a once in a generation opportunity for investors in low-cost, emissions-free energy As the world looks to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, clean hydrogen has the potential to accelerate innovation and transform energy generation as we know it by making green power available on an industrial scale.

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Six reasons for investing in Canada's hydrogen industry - April 2022

Canada is one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers and a top destination for hydrogen-related investment Demand for safe, clean and reliable energy sources such as hydrogen is surging as the world transitions to a low-carbon economy. Used across a range of industries, hydrogen is the only fuel that has the potential to completely decarbonise every part of the economy. Canada is one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers and a top destination for hydrogen-related investment, attracting more than CAD$67bn in FDI in the last five years. Here are six reasons why you, too, should invest in Canada’s hydrogen industry.

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Canada's hydrogen and fuel cell success story - April 2022

Hydrogen fuel cell technology is driving forward a zero-emissions future and Canada is at the vanguard of this revolution. Companies such as cellcentric - a joint venture between Daimler Truck AG and the Volvo Group - and Ballard Power Systems are part of dedicated technology clusters working on the next generation of hydrogen fuel cell research and development.

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Zero-emission Urban Transit: Seizing the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Opportunity - Oct. 2021

Today, Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell technology are helping to power over 1,200 fuel cell electric buses and reduce vehicle emissions in Europe, Brazil, China, and the United States.

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Hydrogen will be Canada's Next National Highway - Nov. 2020

To transition towards net-zero carbon neutrality by 2050, Canadian cities must adopt zero-emission vehicles such as FCEBs in their urban transit fleets. For transit agencies, FCEBs are a proven zero-emission solution that offer the same performance as conventional diesel buses and are well-suited for long routes and colder weather with higher power requirements that Canadian transit agencies service.

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Hydrogen and fuel cells for heavy-duty transport - Sept. 2020

Why are hydrogen and fuel cell technologies indispensable for climate plans? What are their roles in heavy-duty transport? And how should governments support their growth? The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) interviewed eleven experts from across the hydrogen and fuel cell sector to answer these questions, and more. Hear from exclusive clips from industry leaders at Ballard, Plug Power, Nikola Motors, Cummins, Toyota, Hyundai, Generate Capital, and others.

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The evolution of hydrogen and fuel cells - May 2019

Hydrogen is already a powerful element for free-emission energy, but fuel cell technology is set to unleash its massive potential for a sustainable future. Globally, hydrogen and fuel cell products are already moving towards commercialization. The Canadian sector is a global leader as a result of pioneering technologies, world-renown expertise, and a 25-year history of partnerships between industry, academia and Canadian governments. The CHFCA is playing a key role in this leadership.

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