Our Partners and Collaborators
AirLiquide Canada has been actively involved in the development and delivery of hydrogen projects components in North Cape and Charlottetown and is now working as a strategic partner with the PEI Energy Corporation to develop industrial markets (e.g., mining, oil and gas, etc.) for wind-hydrogen technology in northern and remote locations.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) has provided support to the Wind-Hydrogen Solutions initiative to assist with the commercialization of the technology that has been developed through the PEI Wind-Hydrogen Village Project.
Frontier Power Systems is a PEI based wind energy systems integrator with extensive experience in the renewable energy sector and has been actively involved in the planning, design, development, construction and operation of the PEI Wind-Hydrogen Village Project.
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) has provided support to the Wind-Hydrogen Solutions initiative for project work in North Cape and Charlottetown through the Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance (CTFCA) and the ecoEnergy Technology Initiative (ecoETI) programs.
The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) has formed a strategic alliance with PEI Energy Corporation whereby SRC has provided enabling technology for the bi-fuel hydrogen/diesel genset component that is integral to the strategic early adoption of wind-hydrogen technology in Northern Canada.
The Wind Energy Institute of Canada (WEICan) and its predecessor the Atlantic Wind Test Site (AWTS) have been important contributors to wind energy development in Canada for over 25 years. WEICan has a broad research mandate and provides enabling support that helps manufacturers, governments and academia evaluate and improve technologies in the renewable energy sector.