TC Energy Forms Partnership to Build Hydrogen Modular Production Hubs

TC Energy’s latest partnership will prioritize the development of facilities near existing and potential customer demand with a goal to produce up to 20 tonnes of hydrogen per hub per day.

Hart Energy Staff

TC Energy Corp. agreed on Nov. 10 to collaborate on the development, construction, operation and ownership of hydrogen production facilities (hubs) across North America with Hyzon Motors Inc., a leading supplier of hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles.

The hydrogen production facilities will be used to meet hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle demand by focusing on low-to-negative carbon intensity hydrogen from renewable natural gas, biogas and other sustainable sources. The facilities will be prioritized near existing and potential customer demand with the goal of hydrogen delivery to fuel heavy-duty vehicles.

“Through this agreement we are marrying the expertise of TC Energy in natural gas and renewables with that of Hyzon, which has its technology in fuel cell electric vehicles being delivered around the world today,” Corey Hessen, senior vice president and president of power and storage at TC Energy, commented in a company release.

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