The projects are being led by ATCO Group (ATCO), who was awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction services (EPC) contract from CP. The hydrogen infrastructure at each CP site will include a 1MW electrolyzer, compression, storage and dispensing for locomotive refueling. In Calgary, the electrolyzer will be powered in part by renewable electricity from CP's existing 5 MW solar power facility co-located at CP's headquarters.
In November 2021, CP announced that it had expanded its Hydrogen Locomotive Program to include three locomotives and the installation of the two Alberta-based refueling facilities. The program represents a significant corporate investment, and has been supported by $15 million in funding, awarded in 2021 by Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA).