Hydrogen Strategy in Canada: A Look Around the Country
As Canada commits to a hydrogen future, HIL provides the long term policy released by the government.

In the ministerial foreword, The Honourable Seamus O’Regan Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources explained:

“For more than a century, our nation’s brightest minds have been working on the technology to turn the invisible promise of hydrogen into tangible solutions. Canadian ingenuity and innovation have once again brought us to a pivotal moment.”

“As we rebuild our economy from the impacts of COVID-19 and fight the existential threat of climate change, the development of low-carbon hydrogen is a strategic priority for Canada. The time to act is now.”

“The Hydrogen Strategy for Canada lays out an ambitious framework for actions that will cement hydrogen as a tool to achieve our goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 and position Canada as a global, industrial leader of clean renewable fuels.”

“This strategy shows us that by 2050, clean hydrogen can help us achieve our net-zero goal—all while creating jobs, growing our economy, and protecting our environment. This will involve switching from conventional gasoline, diesel, and natural gas to zero-emissions fuel sources, taking advantage of new regulatory environments, and embracing new technologies to give Canadians more choice of zero-emission alternatives.”

You can find the full hydrogen strategy here.