Hatch supports in green hydrogen project development

As part of Air Liquide’s mandate to increase green hydrogen production capacity, work has begun on a project to construct a 20-megawatt proton exchange membrane (PEM) hydrogen system at their Bécancour plant located in Québec, Canada. Upon completion, the project will be the largest-of-its-kind to produce green hydrogen, producing 3,000 tonnes of hydrogen output annually, and will significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions for the region by nearly 27,000 tonnes annually, the equivalent of more than 107 million kilometers driven by the average passenger car. Hatch will provide engineering, procurement, and construction management services for the project. 
Hatch will provide EPCM services which will include civil, structural, and architectural engineering for the main process plant and other critical plant infrastructure components; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning engineering; construction management and site preparation; health and safety management; as well as project management and controls.
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