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April 26, 2022
First Nation, Brian Fehr propose plant that would make carbon negative hydrogen with wood waste
The Fort Nelson First Nation have partnered with Hydrogen Naturally Inc. (H2N) to explore a plan to develop a $1.2 billion “bright green” hydrogen production plant in Fort Nelson that would use wood waste as a feedstock, with carbon capture and storage or use.
Because the proposed plant would use direct air carbon capture and storage, the hydrogen it produced would be carbon negative. The proponents are dubbing this as “bright green hydrogen.” (Blue hydrogen is made from natural gas with carbon capture and storage, while green hydrogen is made from water and electricity.)
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