HTEC Secures $20 Million Investment by Chart Industries, Inc., and Signs Commercial MOU

Hydrogen BC elects new Chair and Vice-Chair for 2020-21

VANCOUVER – Hydrogen BC is pleased to announce the election of a new Chair and Vice-Chair for 2020-21. Mr. Colin Armstrong, President and CEO of HTEC (Hydrogen Technology and Energy Corporation) has been elected as Chair.  Mr. Armstrong is a professional mechanical engineer with more than 30 years’ experience in the hydrogen sector. He is […]

Canada and Australia sign MOU to increase collaboration in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies

VANCOUVER, BC – The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) and Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen collaboration between Canada and Australia in the commercial deployment of zero-emission hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. The MOU outlines various areas of cooperation between the Canadian and Australia sectors including […]

B.C.’s clean-energy sector has message for province: Consider the return on your investment

VANCOUVER SUN | Merran Smith and Randy MacEwen From tourism to the province’s film industry, many of B.C.’s most prominent economic sectors have been hit hard by measures to contain the coronavirus. And surely you’ve seen the headlines lamenting cratering oil prices. But what about the other side of energy? The clean-energy sector, which employs […]

Canada has a role in the push for hydrogen fuel cells

By John G. Smith (  The promise of hydrogen as a vehicle fuel has been discussed for decades. But a series of corporate announcements and public policy initiatives appear ready to give this power source the boost that it needs to become viable. Trucking – and Canada’s energy sector – are also on the cusp […]

Ottawa, Alberta develop new hydrogen strategies

The federal government says it will have a comprehensive strategy for hydrogen in place by the end of the summer, signalling Ottawa’s intention to pursue the fuel source as a key component of its goal to reach net zero in greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050. Alberta, the heart of Canada’s oil and gas sector, is also […]

Sowing the Oats for a Hydrogen Economy in Canada

CHFCA Blog | Mark Kirby Mr. W.A.C. Bennet was a controversial figure.  A populist Social Credit premier in British Columbia, Canada in the ‘50s and ‘60s, he polarized the left and the right.  But you have to give him credit for one thing: he laid the groundwork for BC’s low-cost power grid, building massive hydro […]

Canada looks to trucking to help create a hydrogen economy

Is Canadian hydrogen fuel cell technology soon to be as popular at home as it is abroad?

Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Task Force launched