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Bioindustrial Innovation Canada welcomes the Government of Ontario’s Low-Carbon Hydrogen Strategy

APRIL 12, 2022 – SARNIA, ONTARIO – Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) welcomes the Government of Ontario’s Low-Carbon Hydrogen Strategy as a needed pathway to ensuring the province’s clean, green, and sustainable future. The plan highlights the vast opportunities facing Ontario and the Sarnia-Lambton region as a significant hub for future low-carbon hydrogen development.

Through its natural resources, human capital, and geography, the province of Ontario is well-positioned to be a global leader in sustainable technologies. By providing a strong foundation for development, this new strategy will go a long way in improving the existing regulatory and investment environments facing emerging and innovative companies.

BIC understands that sustainable energy must be clean, reliable, and affordable. This low-carbon hydrogen strategy will further support innovators and existing companies to achieve these goals and facilitate economic benefits as Canada transitions toward a net-zero future.


“By developing a framework to support its future in developing innovative and clean technologies, Ontario has positioned itself to be a leader in Canada and across the world. BIC looks forward to working with our allies – the Government of Ontario and the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership – to leverage this competitive advantage and create additional jobs and economic value for the region.”

A.J. (Sandy) Marshall, Executive Director


Founded in 2008, BIC’s mission is to provide critical strategic investment, advice and services to business developers of clean, green, and sustainable technologies. As a nationally focused, not-for-profit business accelerator based in Sarnia, Ontario, BIC pursues its mission by investing in emerging companies that commercialize technology that supports Canada’s transition towards a sustainable, net-zero carbon economy. To date, BIC has invested in 32 early-stage companies and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by over one megaton and is on track to achieve further reductions of 13 megatons by 2030.


Meg Jackson

Marketing and Communications Manager Bioindustrial Innovation Canada | | @BICSarnia

1086 Modeland Road, Sarnia, ON, Canada, N7S 6L2 | Phone: 226-778-0020 ext. 249


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