The United States is a pretty attractive place to invest. It offers a tax credit of up to $3 per kilogram of hydrogen. That makes the business model very attractive to them if they want to take on a big project or if they want to expand.
Some Canadian manufacturers who are interested in fuel cells and, of course, users say that they will really miss the boat if they don't have access to a financial mechanism, similar to the one adopted in the U.S. That's actually a big concern.
In addition, we could also lose labour rather than attract it to Canada. This is a very big issue in the hydrogen sector, where there is a real shortage of skilled workers. It's a big concern in this sector.