HTEC to build six-station hydrogen network in Canada to support initial rollouts of FCEVs


Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation (HTEC) has partnered with Shell to open Canada’s first retail hydrogen (H2) station in Vancouver later this year.

The station will be the first in a six-station network HTEC is building in Greater Vancouver and Victoria to enable the deployment of the first 1,000 zero-emission H2 fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in British Columbia (BC).

HTEC will build out BC’s retail H2 fuelling network over the next 18 months, along with a clean H2 fuel generation facility, to support initial FCEV rollouts. Zero-emission, H2-fuelled FCEVs are entering markets globally and will help Canada meets its clean air and carbon emission reduction targets.

In a press release, HTEC said partnerships are critical in the transition to a clean-energy future and it is proud to be working with organisations like Shell and others to turn H2 vision into reality.

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