Even without environmental approval, N.L.'s 1st wind-to-hydrogen project seems to be full steam ahead

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Hundreds of wind turbines are on course to dot the landscape of the Port au Port Peninsula and Codroy Valley. (CBC)

A massive wind-to-hydrogen operation proposed for Newfoundland’s west coast has not been officially given the go-ahead, but the project continues to gain traction. 

If World Energy GH2’s megaproject moves from potential to realization, it could prove to be the kickoff for Canada’s foray into the growing global energy transition that officials say will be worth $1 trillion by 2040. 

This week, World Energy’s attempt to get Canada’s first such project off the ground secured $128 million in federal public money through what’s called

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