By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Canada is investing $4 billion, without public funding, to build a Shawinigan, Que. plant producing “green” hydrogen, a fuel used to reduce dependence on hydrocarbons in industry and heavy transport. “This is the first green hydrogen project in the country,” said federal Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne at a press conference in Shawinigan on Friday..
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