We constantly hear that H2 is the clean energy of the future – but hampered in its adoption by lack of underlying infrastructure. HTEC, the glue of the clean hydrogen value chain, has already begun to change that, building hydrogen supply solutions and a network of stations that support the deployment of FCEVs (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles). For more than 10 years, Colin has been the driving force behind the development of Canada’s hydrogen station network, opening the country’s first retail hydrogen fueling station in 2018. Supported by that growing network, over the past two years, a total of 190 FCEVs have been sold in BC alone. And over the course of 5,000+ fills, HTEC has delivered 14,000 kilograms of hydrogen, displacing the equivalent of 500 tonnes of C02 emissions.