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Alberta focuses on blue hydrogen

But province’s strategy is short on detail and lacks financial support for industry, says opposition

The Canadian province of Alberta released a plan this month to become a leading exporter of hydrogen by 2030—ten years earlier than the previous goal of 2040. Alberta, with its large oil and gas industry, is Canada’s largest producer of hydrogen, with an output of 2.4mn t/yr, and is the country’s biggest exporter of the fuel. The province is agnostic over the colour of the hydrogen it produces under the strategy as long as it is low-carbon, according to Dale Nally, associate minister for natural gas and electricity. “Hydrogen can absolutely be a game-changer for our province on many levels,” he told a news conference on the release of the roadmap. “We have the natural advantages to make h



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