Linde to scale-up green hydrogen production in Brazil


Linde company White Martins will start-up a new electrolyser to produce green hydrogen at its existing facility in Jacarei, São Paulo.

The five megawatt pressurised alkaline electrolyser plant will use renewable energy from nearby solar and wind power projects to produce green hydrogen for glass manufacturer Cebrace to reduce emissions from their glass melting furnaces in Jacarei.

Expected to start up in 2025, the facility will also supply industries such as metals, food and chemicals, among others.

“Investing in green hydrogen to supply the industrial heart of São Paulo reaffirms our commitment to the energy transition in Brazil,” said Gilney Bastos, President South Latin America at Linde.

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