Posted on Fri, 12/18/2020 - 20:46
Transitioning to low- or zero-emissions hydrogen fuel, and away from carbon-intensive fossil fuels, presents a significant domestic and export economic opportunity for Alberta and Canada. Making this transition will require a pan-Canadian end-use hydrogen market equivalent to 27% of the primary energy needs of Canada in 2050, equivalent to 64 kilotonnes of hydrogen per day, according to the report, “Towards Net-Zero Energy Systems in Canada: A Key Role for Hydrogen,” by The Transition Accelerator.
NOTE: This is the third of a three-part series of blogs examining the findings and implications of a report, “Towards Net-Zero Energy Systems in Canada: A Key Role for Hydrogen,” by The Transition Accelerator. Part 1 focused on Alberta’s advantages for producing hydrogen. Part 2 examined hydrogen’s key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Read the blog on the Transition Accelerator website