Azolla Hydrogen is an Alberta based start-up with a focus on the Alberta, California, and North American hydrogen economy. Azolla helps companies transition from a default reliance on fossil fuels. Azolla Hydrogen has identified a pathway to generate low-GHG hydrogen that is scalable and not reliant on grid as power for electrolysis or fossil fuels for SMR.
Bighorn Energy is a low-cost carbon Intensity hydrogen producer both from renewable energy sources and their natural gas production combined with & carbon sequestration. Bighorn Energy’s business model is very entrepreneurial, and customer focused where they will tailor their hydrogen supply and collaborate to meet the specific needs of the various end users, thus providing a pathway to successfully on transitioning to clean-burning hydrogen fuel. Strategic partnerships formed to ensure pathway for success. Bighorn Energy, along with its strategic partners, are developing several novel hydrogen production and delivery methods that can be adapted to most geographic locations.
Black & Veatch is an employee-owned engineering, procurement, consulting and construction company with a 100-year legacy of innovations in sustainable infrastructure.
With nearly 3.5 Million person-hours annually, E.S. Fox performs structural, mechanical, electrical, sheet metal, millwrighting, boilermaking and refrigeration services throughout Canada. E.S Fox Limited also operate three state of the art fabrication facilities. Their flag-ship fabrication shop houses over 800 weld procedures and 40 certifications from ISO, ASME, CSA, TSSA and CWB. The engineering department can also “3D map” any assets, which could foster the integration of a BIM computer model into actual locations. In other words, it can digitally map your facility to promote any current or future work. Their expertise in the industrial and clean energy sectors makes them perfectly positioned to be a ‘one stop shop’.
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.
Golu Hydrogen Technologies has developed a disruptive green hydrogen production technology, Gölu-H2 that thermo- catalytically extracts hydrogen from a combination of water and a renewable product, ethanol which, unlike electrolyzers requires no electricity. Gölu-H2 allows decentralized production of green hydrogen and clean electricity, independent of petroleum feed stocks and high CAPEX wind and solar energy. Use of widely available, low carbon ethanol as feed stock in Gölu-H2 solves the hydrogen distribution problem by tapping into existing petroleum pipelines, transportation, distribution, storage and dispensing systems already available globally. Gölu-H2 modularized integrated power generation systems are specially designed for onsite hydrogen generation for heavy and light duty HFCEVs refueling and generate power for EV charging. Modular units installed onboard a flatbed rail car or a ship will generate hydrogen to drive a hydrogen locomotive or a ship. Rail and ship owners will
use existing liquid fuel storage and dispensing facilities for ethanol and avoid building cost prohibitive hydrogen supply chain infrastructure. Larger designed built Gölu-H2 units will help decarbonize conventional grey hydrogen utilizing industry sectors such as power generation, petroleum hydro processing, biofuel, SAF, ammonia, fertilizers, bioplastics and steel manufacturing sectors.
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.
Hydra Energy is the first company to deliver a hydrogen-converted, heavy-duty truck to a paying customer and the first Hydrogen-as-a-Service™ (HaaS™) provider for commercial fleets looking to reduce emissions and costs today with limited risk and no up-front investment.
IRDI System develops and manufactures infrared communication systems for the hydrogen fuel cell industry. Since 2010, their equipment has been shipped to customers in Europe, Japan, US, Korea and Canada.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is the County of Lambton’s economic development office. Their team of established and integrated experts work alongside investors and existing businesses to foster new business creation, help ensure that established firms remain and grow here, and work to attract growing businesses to the Sarnia-Lambton area. The team collaborates with local business leaders, educational institutions, and municipal governments, to elevate the Sarnia-Lambton area through coordinated economic development initiatives and customized services. Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership are the facilitators of Ontario’s Hydrogen Hub in Sarnia-Lambton.
Source3 Energy provides Solar PV and wind floating solar PV, Offshore Wind Energy Storage, Hybrid and Hydrogen, Waste and Water, and BioMass solutions.