Canada’s First Nations see green hydrogen as an indigenous reconciliation opportunity – Mining Weekly

Canada’s First Nations see green hydrogen as an indigenous reconciliation opportunity – Mining Weekly

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 202166 Views

JOHANNESBURG  – Hydrogen systems are not only going to be green, clean and low emission but they are also going to be local – and Canada’s First Nations see them as an indigenous reconciliation opportunity.

“They’re going to be local energy systems,” Change Energy principal Rymal Smith said in response to Fasken hydrogen and energy advisory team co-lead Dan Brock, who moderated the webinar in which Bimaadzwin CEO Isadore Day, who presented the case for indigenous communities, and Change Energy principal Al Davidson also took part.

Once a hydrogen microgrid energy system is up and running, it becomes a full-on utility with water management and, depending on the system, clean water production. As waste heat is captured from the system for space heating, it has heat production. Its electricity production can also be used in a number of different ways.

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