Last month, four significant production projects were announced in Canada’s maritime provinces:
- An export facility producing ammonia fuel at the Port of Belledune, New Brunswick. The Port Authority has also signed an agreement to create a direct trade corridor with the Port of Wilhelmshaven in Germany.
- Two projects powered by onshore wind in southwest Newfoundland: the 100,000 tonnes-per-year Project Nujio’Qonik, and the 900,000 tonnes per year Project Lynx, with the latter being developed by Fortescue Future Industries.
- And the Spirit of Scotia: a sprawling, GW-scale renewable hydrogen project being developed by Green Hydrogen International.