Clean Fuels Awareness Project

Cleaner Technologies

NAIT alongside Natural Resources Canada has launched the Clean Fuels Awareness Project to increase knowledge around the carbon footprint of various clean fuels. Our goal is also to help facilitate consumer confidence in and industry adoption of technologies for clean fuel production that have the maximum impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

As part of the project, NAIT will launch a self-paced online training module and a series of webinars focused on increasing awareness of clean fuels and clean fuel technologies for academic, industry and government stakeholders. The online tools will be available to everyone.

Previous Webinars

Variables That Impact the Carbon Intensity of Clean Fuels Webinar

Learn the different types of clean fuels, their carbon intensities, and their similarities and differences from conventional fuels. By the end of the webinar, you will be able to identify the variables that affect the carbon intensity of clean fuels and make better environment-friendly decisions.

Evaluating the Carbon Intensity of Clean Fuels Webinar

Learn how clean fuels such as hydrogen and biofuels are expected to play a major role in the achievement of Canada’s net-zero goals by 2050. This webinar will provide salient information on the processes involved in calculating the carbon intensity of clean fuels.

Clean Fuels Deployment in Alberta: Opportunities and Challenges

Our final webinar that aimed to create awareness about the development of clean fuel initiatives in Alberta. Hailey Martens from ATCO shared their approach to hydrogen and their plans for the Edmonton region in the coming years. Her presentation covered ATCO's active hydrogen projects, including the Fort Saskatchewan Hydrogen Blending Project, the first commercial pure hydrogen heated building, ATCO's Fort Saskatchewan Operating and Clean Energy Demonstration Centre, and North America's first pure hydrogen show home, Home One. 

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Justice Asomaning talked about NAIT's Agri-Food Waste Enhancement program, which supports biofuel production. His presentation highlights the opportunities and challenges associated with full-scale deployment and the role of stakeholders, including government, producers, distributors, and consumers/ the public, in ensuring accelerated deployment of biofuels.

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