Hydrogen key to breaking Alberta’s energy logjam
With the increased generation of electricity by renewables in Alberta, the province has the opportunity to use green hydrogen in all of its chemical processing to significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan, left, and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, right. In Canada, the connection of energy resources with pipelines, the electrical grid, and energy storage and conversion are the infrastructure building blocks of the clean energy economy. Building this Canadian infrastructure will require unprecedented collaboration between the provinces and with the federal government, writes David Wilkinson. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade