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Canada launches first hydrogen hub

Edmonton offers blueprint for future projects as Canada eyes export revenue

The Edmonton Region Hydrogen Hub, Canada’s first, was launched on 14 April to great expectations. The Alberta government is hoping blue hydrogen will become an important new industry in the province and the source of substantial new export revenue in coming decades, with the Edmonton hub serving as a blueprint for others. The federal government foresees a number of clean hydrogen hubs developing across the country to help achieve Canada’s goal of net-zero emissions by mid-century. “Hydrogen has the potential to be not just a key part of the world’s cleaner energy future, but the future of Alberta’s dynamic energy industry” Nally, associate minister of natural gas and electricit

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