Revealed today (April 26), this project will be developed in partnership with Nikola and present an opportunity to produce low-carbon hydrogen and decarbonise the sector.

Read more: The Policy Pillar – Canada: Scaling clean hydrogen for more than just fuel cells

The plan will be highlighted during the first-ever Canadian Hydrogen Convention in Edmonton, Alberta with TC Energy expecting a final investment decision by the end of 2023.

Once developed, the proposed hub could produce an estimated 60 tonnes of hydrogen per day, with the capacity to increase to 150 tonnes per day in the future. This could be major for the hydrogen industry in Canada.

Corey Hessen, Executive Vice-President, and President, Power, Storage & Origination at TC Energy, said, “At TC Energy, we are energy problem solvers. With our focus on creating low-carbon solutions for businesses, we’ve identified our Crossfield site as a hub to produce and distribute hydrogen to serve long-haul transportation, power generation, large industrials and heating customers across the United States and Canada.”

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