H2EAHydrogen Early Adopters Program (Canada)
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This project, announced in 2005 as part of Toronto's Hydrogen Village initiative, was made possible through an investment from the Government of Canada's "Hydrogen Early Adopters" program (h2EA).
Hydrogenics noted that the three-year, $10.3-million project is receiving an investment of $5.1 million through the Hydrogen Early Adopters (h2EA) program of Technology Partnerships Canada, with the PEI government to invest $2.9 million, including $2.5 million in earnings from the North Cape Wind Farm and $425,000 from PEI Business Development.
Ballard Power Systems recently announced that the Government of Canada will fund, through the h2 Early Adopters (h2EA) program, $2 million Canadian (approximately $1.6 million U.S.) of Ballard's $4-million Canadian (approximately $3.1-million U.S.) fuel cell demonstration projects for backup power generation.