Wind and Hydrogen Delegation to Atlantic Canada

With some of the world’s best wind conditions and ambitious renewable energy policies, Atlantic Canada is developing into a hotspot for wind and hydrogen production.

In 2023 alone, the province of Nova Scotia issued environmental assessment approvals for two large-scale green hydrogen projects while the province of Newfoundland & Labrador awarded tenders to four onshore wind-to-hydrogen projects. These developments have catapulted Atlantic Canada into one of North America’s most interesting wind developing areas and largest export hubs of green fuels to Europe. The delegation will meet with wind and hydrogen project developers including current bid winners in Newfoundland & Labrador, gain valuable local contacts, and get a unique opportunity to play a role in establishing Atlantic Canada’s wind and hydrogen supply base.

Nova Scotia plans to develop its untapped wind resources to decarbonize its electricity grid and produce green hydrogen for export and domestic use. These ambitions are translating into action with the province approving two large-scale green hydrogen and ammonia projects in 2023. Nova Scotia has also announced a goal to offer leases for 5 GW of offshore wind by 2030, with the first call for bids planned for 2025.

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to deep-sea ports with land access, uninhabited Crown land suitable for renewable energy developments, and some of the best wind resources in North America. In 2023, the province announced four winners of a Call for Bids to develop wind-to-hydrogen projects on Crown land. The delegation will meet with them cf. the programme. Newfoundland and Labrador has also identified a need to develop local supply chains for onshore and offshore wind, both of which are expected to play a key role in Newfoundland and Labrador’s future energy mix.

The Government of Canada is strongly supporting Atlantic Canada’s efforts to leverage its extensive natural resources and become a major green hydrogen exporter to Europe. In addition to signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Germany in 2022 to establish a hydrogen export corridor, Canada and the European Union have announced a joint roadmap to develop supply chains for energy transition technologies and facilitate trans-Atlantic hydrogen trade.

Danish wind developers and supply chain technology suppliers have a unique opportunity to engage with stakeholders at provincial level as well as private sector stakeholders in the two Atlantic Provinces. The purpose of the delegation is position Denmark and Danish companies as partners to Atlantic Canada in their road to become a world hot spot for wind and hydrogen development. 

Why join?

  • Atlantic Canada has no noteworthy existing supply chain to support their wind and hydrogen ambitions and Danish companies have a unique opportunity to engage and build partnerships
  • Gain knowledge and an overview of market opportunities and the key stakeholders in Atlantic Canada.
  • Meet with important energy companies, associations, and other relevant Canadian stakeholders.
  • Visit Canadian 2023 bid winners and developers of wind and hydrogen developments
  • Position yourself as an industry expert and frontrunner in Canada.
  • Participate in the Energy NL Conference in St. John’s, Newfoundland, where we will spend a day for networking and meetings
  • Take part in exclusive networking dinners and receptions and establish relationships with Canadian key stakeholders from both the public and private sector.


Input and additions to the programme:
For now, room is left in the programme, and we welcome wishes and input for site visits, stakeholder meetings, and other programme elements.


    • Day 0 - June 2nd

    • Day 1– June 3rd

    • Day 2 – June 4th

    • Day 3 – June 5th

    • Day 4 – June 6th

    • Day 5 – June 7th

The Fine Print

*Will only one company representative attend the price of participation is DKK 22.900.

The price is calculated based on 12 participating companies and a 50 pct. subsidy from the Danish Trade Council. Registration is binding. Are you not eligible for subsidy the base price of participation is DKK 52.500. If the number of participating companies change, we reserve the right to offer participation at a different price. Should this result in a higher price than the one quoted you have the right to cancel your participation.
Registration is in accordance with the terms and conditions for participation in Export Promotion Events of Danish Industry (DI).