EverWind to Pursue Development of Newfoundland Energy Project


EverWind Fuels, a large-scale green hydrogen developer based in Canada, has been awarded the exclusive right to pursue the development of EverWind’s green fuels project on the Burin Peninsula of Newfoundland of Labrador. EverWind’s successful bid was announced late last month, as part of the Province’s Crown Land Call for Bids.

“This is a monumental day for EverWind and the communities on the Burin Peninsula,” explains Trent Vichie, CEO and founder of EverWind. “We have been working on and investing in this project since March 2022, and we are truly honored to have been selected by the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador as one of the successful projects.

“We are excited to now be able to deliver on our development, combining the province’s world-class, untapped wind resource with the skills, resiliency and experience of the supportive communities, labor force and businesses of Newfoundland and Labrador.”

For its Burin Peninsula Green Fuels Energy Project, EverWind will convert renewable power from wind into green hydrogen and then into green ammonia. This will then be transported safely around the world and used as green fertilizer as well as a green energy. EverWind’s wind farms are expected to be generating power on the Burin Peninsula by 2027.

“EverWind is building an unparalleled pipeline of green energy projects, which now exceeds 10 GW of renewables that will help the world deliver on its decarbonization objectives,” adds Vichie. “Our size and scale, and the technical and commercial progress we have made on our projects, are quickly becoming our competitive differentiation, making us the partner of choice for governments, offtakers and suppliers globally.”

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