Calgary Alberta based Canadian Utilities Limited ATCO Group has announced an agreement to provide Canadian Pacificwith engineering, procurement and construction services for two hydrogen production and refuelling facilities in Alberta. ATCO is actively developing several hydrogen projects in Canada and Australia, including production, blending and refuelling facilities to drive down emissions and help progress the energy transition. The hydrogen infrastructure at each CP site will include a 1MW electrolyzer, compression, storage and dispensing for locomotive refuelling. In Calgary, the electrolyzer will be powered in part by renewable electricity from CP's existing 5 MW solar power facility co-located at CP's headquarters. Construction of facilities is expected to begin later this year with production and supply of hydrogen being provided to locomotives in 2023.The construction of the hydrogen facilities at CP's Calgary and Edmonton railyards will advance CP's innovative Hydrogen Locomotive Program, which has set its sights on building North America's first line-haul hydrogen-powered freight locomotive. CP's financial commitment to its Hydrogen Locomotive Program has been supported by CAD 15 million in funding, awarded in 2021 by Emissions Reduction Alberta.