Linde signs up to nationwide hydrogen infrastructure


The Linde Group has revealed that it has joined a number of leading industrial companies in signing up for the adoption of a nationwide hydrogen infrastructure in Germany.

This week saw a collective of major companies commit to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Berlin, with the participation of the German Minister of Transport, Wolfgang Tiefensee.

The agreement triggers the evaluation of the set-up of a hydrogen infrastructure in Germany, so as to promote serial production of electric vehicles with fuel cells. It also marks a major step towards the commercialisation of such locally emission-free vehicles.

The partners of the H2 Mobility initiative are Linde, Daimler, EnBW, OMV, Shell, Total, Vattenfall and the NOW GmbH National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology. Co-operation is also open for further partners interested in the project.

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