CHFCA, K’ul Group, and Trade Commissioner Service to host webinar on power-to-gas initiatives in Canada and US

VANCOUVER – With the support of K’ul Group and the Trade Commissioner Service (TCS), the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) will be hosting an exclusive webinar focusing on power-to-gas (P2G) technology on Tuesday, May 26.

The webinar will inform participants about how low-cost, low-carbon intensity hydrogen can be produced using surplus renewable energy and subsequently be injected into the natural gas grid. In doing so, the hydrogen can displace natural gas, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and reliance on high-carbon fuels.  Other topics include power-to-gas initiatives that are currently underway in Canada and the US, as well as opportunities for First Nations and independent power producers to develop renewable P2G projects.

The line-up of webinar speakers includes representatives from Natural Resources Canada, US Department of Energy (DOE) Fuel Cell Technologies Office, RedwoodAdaptive, Hydrogenics, Air Liquide, Enbridge, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), HTEC, Renewable Hydrogen Canada (RH2C), University of British Columbia (UBC), Siemens, FortisBC, SoCal Gas, British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC), and more.

The webinar is free of charge.  To register, please click here.


About CHFCA 

The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is a national, non-profit industry association comprising industry, academia, government agencies, financial organizations and other stakeholders. The CHFCA is focused on promoting Canada’s world-leading hydrogen and fuel cell sector and accelerating the adoption of its members’ products and services to help tackle the world’s most critical energy challenges.

About K’ul Group

Previously known as PIBDC (Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation), the K’uL Group leads and manages the business interests of the Penticton Indian Band. K’ul Group is governed by its own independent board of seasoned business professionals and the shares are wholly owned by the Penticton Indian Band.  K’ul Group seeks to build a sustainable economy that creates wealth across multiple generations, is aligned with the values of the Okanagan Nation and addresses poverty wherever it can.

About Trade Commissioner Service (TCS)

Part of Global Affairs Canada, the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service is a network of more than 1000 trade professionals working in Canadian embassies, high commissions, and consulates located in 161 cities around the world and with offices across Canada.  For 125 years, the Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) has helped Canadian companies navigate international markets and provide key business insights and access to a vast network of international contacts.