A Global Green Hydrogen Hub

Atlantic Canada Could Become A Global Green Hydrogen Hub

Atlantic Canada Could Become A Global Green Hydrogen Hub

Since taking the reins of the Atlantica Centre for Energy, Michelle Robichaud said she’s watched green hydrogen “jump to the top” of Canada’s clean fuel transition.

Robichaud noted that Atlantic Canada’s many clean energy resources – wind turbines, New Brunswick’s burgeoning market for small modular nuclear reactors, and hydroelectric resources across the region – are the “perfect mix,” to enable Atlantic Canada to become a hydrogen hub.

Another major movement on the hydrogen front was on August 23 when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz signed a declaration of joint intent between Canada and Germany, where Canada pledged to help Germany break its reliance on natural gas by producing and shipping hydrogen to Germany.

Robichaud noted that Atlantic Canada’s many clean energy resources – wind turbines, New Brunswick’s burgeoning market for small modular nuclear reactors, and hydroelectric resources across the region – are the “perfect mix,” to enable Atlantic Canada to become a hydrogen hub.

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