Everwind, a green energy company, has received environmental approval for the construction of North America’s first industrial-scale green hydrogen and green ammonia production facility, as reported by Reuters on February 7. The facility, which will be located in the province of Quebec, Canada, will have a production capacity of 40 tons of green hydrogen per year. This green hydrogen will be used in the transportation sector and for industrial processes, reducing the carbon footprint of these activities.
The facility will use wind energy from Everwind’s wind farms to produce hydrogen and ammonia through an electrolysis process, resulting in zero emissions. The approval of the facility demonstrates the growing interest in green hydrogen and green ammonia as solutions to decarbonize various industries and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The construction of the facility is expected to create new jobs in the region and support the development of a green hydrogen and green ammonia economy in North America. The facility, which is expected to be completed in 2024, will serve as a model for other regions looking to transition to clean energy sources. The approval of Everwind Fuels’ green hydrogen and green ammonia facility is a step towards a sustainable future, where clean energy sources replace traditional methods and reduce their negative impact on the environment.