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Everything About Hydrogen Podcast: Nuclear-enabled Hydrogen at Port of Belledune with Rishi Jain, MD of Cross River Infrastructure Partners

The team sits down with Rishi Jain to discuss Cross River’s marquee wind, hydro, nuclear, hydrogen, ammonia project in the revitalized heavy industrial Port of Belledune, New Brunswick, Canada.

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Fire2Fission Podcast: Rishi Jain & Paul Murphy, Managing Directors at Cross River Infrastructure Partners

Rishi Jain and Paul Murphy discuss their work at Cross River Infrastructure Partners, development projects in nuclear, and their project with ARC in New Brunswick.

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Belledune Port authority to pursue an ARC Clean Technology aSMR project with Cross River Infrastructure Partners at planned Green Energy Hub

The Belledune Port Authority (BPA) announced today that it is working with Cross River Infrastructure Partners to pursue the use of advanced small modular reactor (aSMR) technology as part of a future expansion at the northern New Brunswick port.

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Port of Belledune wants to build hydrogen production plant

The Port of Belledune is working with a developer to bring a green hydrogen production facility to northern New Brunswick.

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Canada: New Green Hydrogen Facility Proposed for Port of Belledune

The Belledune Port Authority (BPA) has reached an agreement in principle with Cross River Infrastructure Partners to develop a green hydrogen production facility at the northern New Brunswick port that will help meet provincial, federal and global goals of a transition to a clean energy future.

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Pond Announces Engagement with BioCarbN in Collaboration with Livalta/AB Agri and a Second Major Agriculture Business to Identify Methane Reducing Algae Feed Solutions in Cattle

Pond Technologies Holdings Inc. (“Pond”) (TSXV:POND)(OTCQB:PNDHF)(FSE:4O0), an ESG company addressing global sustainability challenges of wellness and climate change, has entered into a research agreement with BioCarbN Inc. and its development partner Cross River Infrastructure Partners LLC, along with Livalta/AB Agri, a subsidiary of Associated British Foods (LSE:ABF), and a second major agri-business, to identify strains of algae that could prove beneficial in reducing enteric methane emissions from cattle when included into animal feed.

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