Ballard is recognized as a world leader in proton exchange membrane (“PEM”) fuel cell development and commercialization. In Power Product sales, Ballard’s focus is on meeting the power needs of their customers by delivering high value, high reliability, high quality and clean energy power products that reduce customer costs and risks. Through Technology Solutions, Ballard’s focus is on enabling their customers to solve their technical and business challenges and accelerate their fuel cell programs by delivering customized, high value, bundled technology solutions.
Blue-O Technology is focused on the development and commercialization of clean technologies. Its patented novel plate shaped nanocatalyst product for fuel cell applications enables an ultra-low loading of precious metal on various support for the most demanded fuel cell technologies, allowing reduced cost and improved durability. The proprietary nanocatalyst design is ideal for hydrogen Polymer Electrolyte Membrane fuel cells (PEMFC) or Direct Alcohol Fuel Cell (DAFC), as well as other types of electrocatalytic reaction processes, and other advanced polymerization process applications.
As Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, CNL is a world leader in developing innovative applications from nuclear technology through its expertise in physics, metallurgy, chemistry, biology and engineering and delivers a range of services ranging from research and development, design and engineering to specialized technology, waste management and decommissioning. Under its Clean, Safe Energy program, CNL and collaborators develop, assess and facilitate the commercialization of technologies to allow for increased energy generation, enhanced safety and efficiencies, and reduced dependence on fossil fuels.
Hydrogenics powered by Cummins Inc. is a worldwide leader in designing, manufacturing, building and installing industrial and commercial Hydrogen generation, Hydrogen fuel cells and MW-scale energy storage solutions. Cummins offers expertise for a range of applications, including: PEM and alkaline Hydrogen generators for Industrial processes and Fueling stations; Hydrogen fuel cells for electric vehicles, such as urban transit buses, commercial fleets, utility vehicles and electric lift trucks; Fuel cell installations for freestanding electrical power plants, critical power and UPS systems (uninterruptible power supply); and, “Power-to-Gas” the world’s most innovative way to store and transport energy.
Dana Holding Corporation is a multi- national automotive parts manufacturer of components for tomorrow’s power sources, including hydrogen fuel-cell engines. Drawing on its global production facilities and Technology Centers, Dana engineers and manufactures product solutions to meet the exacting requirements of OEM customers, including fuel-cell stack bipolar plates, and balance of plant and hydrogen reformer components
Business Desciption: Dimatec designs and manufactures innovative, high-quality metal bond diamond products, drilling equipment components, and precision machined parts for the mineral exploration, mining, geotechnical and energy sectors. Dimatec is also actively investigating applications for its expertise with metal, metal powders and metal hydrides for the hydroge storage sector.
Earnscliffe Strategy Group is an independently-owned strategic advisory firm specializing in public policy and public affairs, government relations, regulatory relations, project approvals and financing, public opinion research, crisis communications, media relations and training, digital and social communications.
Ekona Power produces industrial-scale hydrogen that is both low-cost and clean by converting natural gas into hydrogen, clean power, and pure CO2 that can be easily stored or used. Ekona Power’s solution will assist Industrial H2 Consumers including refineries (ammonia plants or chemical plants) who are seeking new solutions that can deliver large-scale, green H2 at costs on par or better than incumbents as well as Natural Gas Transmission & Distribution Companies that seek to decarbonize their Natural Gas (NG) pipeline networks by injecting low-cost green H2, at costs similar to pipeline NG, to reduce downstream GHG emissions.
Emcara Gas Development Inc. is in the business of safety technology for alternative fuel systems. Emcara specializes in the only long trigger thermally activated pressure relief devices available on the market today, as well as related products for compressed natural gas, hydrogen fuelling systems, and bulk haul systems. Emcara’s products enhance safety, performance, reliability and system flexibility.
Greenlight Innovation has been a global supplier of the world’s most sophisticated electro-chemical testing and assembly equipment for fuel cells, electrolysers and batteries. For over 25 years, Greenlight’s equipment has set the industry standard for quality and reliability. With a range of power up to 500kW, Greenlight solutions have been used by the leading automotive companies, fuel cell and battery pack developers, systems integrators and research organizations. The company provide sales and service throughout North America, Asia and Europe.
HTEC is a leading developer and provider of hydrogen supply solutions. HTEC builds, owns, and operates hydrogen production facilities, distribution systems and fueling stations. HTEC opened Canada’s first retail hydrogen station in 2019 and is building a central electrolysis production facility. The company provides deep industry experience and technologies to provide customized hydrogen production, processing, distribution and vehicle fueling solutions for its infrastructure platform and other clients. The company’s technical services include design and development services; equipment for hydrogen purification compression and processing; safety training; risk analysis; and market development support.
Hy2gen Canada Inc. aims to play the leading role in the newly established North American market of green hydrogen. During the first phase of production, Hy2gen Canada (a subsidiary of German-based Hy2gen AG) will gradually increase its capacity of green hydrogen and reach 1,500 tons per month at its maturity. Hy2gen Canada has developed a customer network which guarantees a significant purchasing capacity, in addition to additional new demands for its product. In response to the demand, Hy2gen Canada will develop additional projects in several regions to ensure an effective geographical distribution.
Hydrogen in Motion offers a hydrogen energy solution that has positive economic and environmental impact and provides an infinite source of constant energy with no emissions, low cost commitment and versatility with compact storage. Their current product offerings include hydrogen storage, H2U – hydrogen delivery, hydrogen generation and capital financing.
Hydrogen Optimized is a Canadian Hydrogen Technology company. They develop and complete green hydrogen production projects for their clients and partners using innovative hydrogen Technologies. Their vision is that by 2030, the adoption of clean hydrogen processes for energy and industrial purposes will have improved the quality of life for all individuals worldwide.
Hydrolux is a green hydrogen production company distributing to warehouses looking to transition towards fuel cell powered forklifts. Paring their AI with a decentralised production model allows them to offer a fuel that will save their customers money, increase productivity and have a smaller impact on the planet. After addressing their beachhead market, Hydrolux’s long-term vision is to decarbonize the transportation industry.
The ILF Group is an international engineering and consulting firm that helps its clients successfully execute technically demanding industrial and infrastructure projects. With 2,400 highly qualified employees at more than 40 office locations across five continents, the companies of the ILF Group have a strong regional presence. This enables ILF to interact with clients and project parties on site. At the same time, close cooperation within the network of the ILF Group makes it possible to draw on international experts and make use of their special experience, processes, and tools.
Innovative Hydrogen Solutions Inc. (IHS) develops and commercializes breakthrough hydrogen-based technologies. The company has developed a patent-pending aftermarket product for combustion engines.This product increases fuel efficiency of diesel engines by at least 5%, thereby offering very attractive ROI and payback while significantly reducing exhaust pollution. Reductions in other greenhouse gases (GHG) such as CO2, NOx, NO, SO, and SO2 are also achieved. In addition, the i-Phi technology has undergone a GreenPrint Assessment confirming compliance to the GHG Emission Reduction protocols (for both Regulated and Voluntary markets) meaning GHG reductions can be quantified and verified for credit/offset generation.
Ionomr designs and manufactures ion exchange membranes and coatings for energy storage, and clean energy generation applications including fuel cells, batteries, and electrolysis for hydrogen production. The company’s core technology is the most alkaline-stable and versatile anion-exchange membrane on the market providing both cost and performance advantages. Ionomr is in the late stages of development of highly conductive, recyclable and environmentally benign, cation-exchange membranes for use in fuel cells, electrolyzers and other electrochemical technologies.
Loop Energy is a developer and provider of zero-emission power systems for medium to heavy-duty transportation truck and bus applications. Loop is working with globally recognized vehicle manufacturers to design and deliver carbon-free motive solutions using both electric and hydrogen fuel cell technologies that deliver superior performance to conventional diesel engines at a competitive cost of ownership, without subsidies.
Next Hydrogen’s innovative water electrolysis technology is designed to integrate intermittent renewable electric power sources and clean hydrogen production on an infrastructure scale. Next Hydrogen’s patented cell architecture, which enables modules up to 2.8 MW; gives operational flexibility rivalling PEM electrolysers while delivering the lifecycle economics of market proven alkaline systems. Because it can run at a higher current density than conventional electrolysers, its operating range is larger, and because gas-liquid separators and gas coolers are built inside the module multi-MW hydrogen generation plants can be pre-assembled in shipping containers, reducing plant erection costs.
NORAM develops, engineers, and commercializes technologies for the process and resource industries. The company has six specialized business groups – nitration, sulfuric acid, biosystems, pulp & paper, environmental and electrochemical. NORAM also maintains a number of in–house core competencies, with particular depth of expertise in fluidised bed technology, energy storage, heat transfer and heat exchangers, hydrogen, sulphur and chlorine chemistry and effluent system closure. In addition to completing large projects for major multi–national clients and municipalities in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia, the company works with early–stage technology companies providing engineering design and support, equity–share and licensing agreements.