Member of Parliament, Randy Boissonnault, Announces Proton Technologies is Awarded an ‘Energy Innovation Program’ Contribution from Natural Resources Canada
Proton is pleased to be one of three proposals selected as part of Natural Resources Canada’s $50 million Oil and Gas Clean Tech Program.
The winning proposal advances the clean hydrogen technology to the field trial stage, building on the successful laboratory proof-of-concept work, supported by the Western Canadian Innovation Office (WCIO). The field trial project will deploy the hydrogen apparatus in an operating well at Proton’s newly purchased test site, the Superb air injection facility near Kerrobert, Saskatchewan.
Proton’s patent-pending clean energy technology will produce clean commercial hydrogen from hydrocarbon resources, in alignment with NRCan’s mandate to support clean oil and gas technologies, helping develop Canada’s hydrocarbon resources in sustainable ways.