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Teralta launches clean H2 system to help power pulp mill

Teralta announced the launch of the company’s clean H2 system at a pulp mill in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. The project began in 2022 as the first initiative in Teralta’s international waste H2 strategy involving the development of utility-scale, low-carbon H2 for industrial operations.

The project was announced by B.C. Premier David Eby at the Chemtrade facility, in support of the 21st Annual BC Natural Resources Forum, also taking place in Prince George.

“Our work is creating jobs and delivering cleaner air across the province. B.C.’s H2 strategy has paved the way for this project to move forward providing significant benefits to workers, the region and the whole province,” said Premier David Eby. “Teralta and their partners, Chemtrade and CANFOR Pulp are leaders in fighting climate change through creative solutions that lower carbon emissions, create good paying jobs for people, and build healthier communities.”

Once the H2 infrastructure is in place and operational, the Prince George mill would benefit from a clean source of energy to help power the operation. The H2 supply would fulfill 25% of the gas energy requirements for the mill.