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English Español Canada: HTEC, 7-Eleven Canada to open two hydrogen refuelling stations

7-Eleven is expanding its hydrogen fuelling infrastructure to as it continues to explore ways of reducing carbon emissions.

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HTEC (Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation) is collaborating with international convenience-store chain, 7-Elevento build two retail hydrogen refuelling stations in British Columbia.

The station locations, one in North Vancouver and another proposed for Vancouver Island, will be part of the six-station network HTEC is building to support the rollout of the first 1,000 zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in BC. The stations will operate at 7-Eleven sites where Esso-branded fuel is sold.

“Now, working with HTEC, we are exploring innovative hydrogen refueling solutions that continue to reduce our carbon footprint while meeting the evolving transportation needs of our customers,” said Doug Rosencrans, Vice President and General Manager, 7-Eleven Canada.

7-Eleven also recently expanded its RENEW Emissions Offset Program in Canada and the United States. The program invests in carbon emissions offset projects such as reforestation, solar power, wind power, and others to offset tailpipe emissions.

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