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AtkinsRéalis awarded engineering and design services contract to develop leading Hydrogen Hub in Quebec

AtkinsRéalis (SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.) has been awarded a contract by TESCanada H2 Inc. (“TESCanada”) to provide front end engineering and design services for their Projet Mauricie green hydrogen hub in Quebec, the company announced.

“Energy secure and affordable Net Zero grids will be needed as we electrify a larger portion of our economies,” commented Ian L. Edwards, President and Chief Executive Officer, AtkinsRéalis. “Green hydrogen provides an attractive clean energy option for hard to decarbonize sectors. We’re pleased to deliver our clean energy engineering expertise to advance the green hydrogen ecosystem and ensure a successful energy transition.”

TESCanada’s Projet Mauricie is an innovative renewable energy initiative that aims to accelerate the energy transition by producing up to 70,000 tonnes per year of green hydrogen, which will be used to decarbonize industrial processes and heavy transportation in Quebec. The project will reduce emissions by 800,000 tonnes CO2eq per year supporting Quebec’s decarbonization objectives. As part of the project, clean electricity will largely be supplied by new, purpose-built renewable power generation including wind and solar farms totalling 1,000 MW. Expected to be commissioned in 2028, it is one of the largest clean hydrogen projects in Canada. It is also amongst the largest decarbonization projects announced in Quebec to date.

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