IBM and FuelCell Energy team up IBM and US-based FuelCell Energy have teamed together to use Foundation Models, a type…
Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has long been touted as a promising renewable energy source for the vehicles of the future. Dr. XiaoYu Wu, a mechanical and mechatronics engineering professor at the University of Waterloo, firmly believes in hydrogen’s potential, but he also recognizes the significant challenges associated with its storage and transportation.
In a move that solidifies Fortescue Future Industries’ (FFI) commitment to becoming a global player in green hydrogen, the company has unveiled plans for a groundbreaking green hydrogen and ammonia facility in Prince George, Canada.
Canada is stepping into the limelight as a potential global leader in clean hydrogen production, and Hydrogen Optimized Inc. (HOI) is at the forefront of this transformative journey. Based in Owen Sound, HOI is harnessing cutting-edge Canadian technology known as RuggedCell™ to produce clean hydrogen, a critical step towards achieving net-zero emissions.
Eastern Canada is on the cusp of becoming a global leader in the green hydrogen revolution with SK ecoplant’s monumental Nujio’qonik project. Approved for a sprawling land area dedicated to wind power generation, this $15 billion initiative is poised to make waves in the world of clean energy.
Canada, in particular, is witnessing a growing focus on green hydrogen, driven by its potential to drive a sustainable transition. Nova Scotia’s recent foray into the green hydrogen landscape exemplifies this trajectory, underscored by its ambitious Offshore Wind Roadmap.
Nutrien, the Canadian fertilizer behemoth, has hit pause on its ambitious plans to construct a groundbreaking blue ammonia plant, citing escalating costs and a paucity of demand as the primary factors driving this decision.
Two Canadian visionaries from forestry and energy sectors collaborate to harness the carbon-absorbing power of trees, aiming to revolutionize hydrogen production and create a carbon-negative fuel.
The Canadian province of Alberta is taking a bold step towards advancing clean energy solutions with the launch of two hydrogen funding competitions.
Hazer Group provides an update on its joint venture project in Vancouver, British Columbia, aimed at developing a commercial plant for hydrogen production.