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Canada’s ATCO has big plans for clean hydrogen

Iconic Western Canadian company advances hydrogen strategy on several fronts on the back of bullish long-term outlook for industry

Calgary-based conglomerate ATCO is bullish on the potential of clean hydrogen and is throwing its weight behind multiple projects ranging from blending into natural gas networks to vehicle fueling infrastructure and blue hydrogen production at scale. “As of now, we’re putting a tremendous amount of energy into clean hydrogen and other clean fuels,” says James Powell, vice president of clean fuels at the iconic Western Canadian company, established in 1947 as the Alberta Trailer Company. “And we’re doing so not to slash our own greenhouse gas emissions, since we cut them by 90pc in 2019 primarily by selling off our coal-fired generating capacity, but to help our customers slash their emissio



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