Six Nations supports feasiblity study into Nanticoke hydrogen facility

By Turtle Island News Staff SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER-Despite strong opposition from uninformed councillors the Six Nations will support a feasibility study for clean hydrogen production in Nanticoke. Matt Jamieson, president and CEO of Six Nations of the Grand River Economic Development Corporation (SNGREDC) and David Zekveld, director of hydrogen business development at Atura Power presented a possible 50 per cent partnership in a venture to produce green hydrogen in Nanticoke at the General Council Committee meeting Tuesday May 10, but first the potential partners needed federal approval for a grant for a feasibility study. Council approved Atura to apply for a federal grant for $900,000 to fund 75 per cent of the feasibility study through its NRCan Indigenous Stream, which requires 50 per cent Indigenous community participation….

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