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Clean energy firm investing $2.7 million in local facility, adding up to 51 new jobs  (access required)

Vancouver-based clean energy technology firm Ionomr Innovations will establish its U.S. fuel cell and green hydrogen electrolysis research and development center in Brighton.   The company will renovate space at the Metro Business Park to create a customer applications test center. The $2.7 million project will generate up to 51 new jobs over the next five ...
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