Linde will increase its green hydrogen production capacity in California with the deployment of several five-megawatt proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysers at existing plants.
As a first move, the industrial gas giant today (31st Jan) said it will build, own and operate a new PEM electrolyser at its plant in Californian city of Ontario, to support growing demand from the mobility market.
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Once operational in the second half of 2024, the electrolyser will see the plant produce enough green hydrogen to avoid up to 75,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions per year.
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