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USA: Clean Mobility Linde to Commence Production of Green Hydrogen in California

Editor: Ahlam Rais

With an aim to meet the growing demands of the hydrogen mobility market in California, Linde has plans to start producing green hydrogen at its Ontario plant in the USA.

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With this move, Linde will be able to provide green hydrogen to fuel up to 1,600 vehicles a day and help avoid up to 50,000 MT CO2e per year.
With this move, Linde will be able to provide green hydrogen to fuel up to 1,600 vehicles a day and help avoid up to 50,000 MT CO2e per year.
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Guildford/UK – Linde has recently announced that it will start producing green hydrogen at its plant in Ontario, California, supporting the growing needs of hydrogen mobility customers in the region.

Following recent upgrades to Linde's existing plant, the company can now supply green hydrogen meeting the requirements of the California Air Resources Board and the compression requirements of the latest generation of gaseous Hydrogen Refueling Stations. With this investment, the company will be able to provide green hydrogen to fuel up to 1,600 vehicles a day and help avoid up to 50,000 MT CO2e per year.

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"Linde has been safely producing and distributing hydrogen in southern California for more than 50 years. By adding green hydrogen capabilities to our Ontario site, Linde will be helping to reduce carbon emissions in California," said Armando Botello, Vice President, West Region, Linde. "We are proud to supply green hydrogen to our customers and look forward to supporting the growing needs of this important market."

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