Alright, so now that we've learned about some of the ways to make clean electricity, let's learn more about the "fuels" side of the equation. Atlantic Canada has a heavy reliance on fossil fuels in our everyday lives, resulting in a high carbon intensity. Lucas taught us that in order to meet our Net Zero goals by 2050, we need to decarbonize sectors like heavy transportation, heating for buildings and cooking, and heating for industrial processes.

Biofuels are one way to decarbonize these sectors, and clean hydrogen also has the potential to change all these areas for the better.

For example, hydrogen fuel cells can be used in heavy transportation when it's important to consider factors like driving range and refuelling/recharging times. When it comes to industrial processes, hydrogen combustion can produce high temperatures that can be used where electricity might not be the best fit.