The Government of Canada's Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance is providing $867,000 for the project, which will take place in cooperation with Air Canada at its Vancouver Ground Support Equipment Site.
What does CTFCA stand for?
CTFCA stands for Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Partnerships in this project include Purolator and Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance.
9 million from SDTC and $273,000 from Natural Resources Canada's Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance (CTFCA).
TORONTO -- Stuart Energy Systems Corporation (TSX:HHO), a hydrogen infrastructure company, today announced that it has been awarded approximately $300,000 in funding from Natural Resources Canada, through the Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance (CTFCA) program, for the preliminary engineering of three electrolysis-based hydrogen-fueling stations.
This refuelling apparatus is being developed with Hydrogenics' recently announced funding from NRCan's Canadian Transportation Fuel Cell Alliance.