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AltaGas hydrogen plant proposal facing two important checkpoints

Cherry Point facility would be part of national effort to become greener

An aerial view of former Intalco aluminum smelter in Ferndale next to the waters where a cruise ship is docked.
AltaGas, the owner of the former Intalco aluminum smelter in Ferndale, is among a group of companies that will receive $1 billion in federal investments toward clean hydrogen production in the Pacific Northwest. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
A Canadian company’s proposal to help the U.S. get greener by producing clean hydrogen at the
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