Linde plans building hydrogen fueling stations in California $4.3 million

Linde to build hydrogen fueling stations in California

11:31 AM, 6th August 2014
Linde to build hydrogen fueling stations in California

MURRAY HILL/NEW PROVIDENCE/NEW JERSEY, US: The California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded $4.3 million to Linde North America to construct retail hydrogen fueling stations at Oakland International Airport and San Ramon, California. The award is part of $46.6 million funding programme the CEC has committed to expand the retail hydrogen fueling infrastructure within the state.

“This is a huge shot in the arm for the commercialization of hydrogen-fueled cars. Not just for California and the US, but for the global initiative as well. California is taking the lead, and by adding additional funds for 28 new retail stations sends a strong message about how serious one market is about setting up the infrastructure to promote the introduction of zero-emission vehicles,” said Mike Beckman, Head of Hydrogen Fueling, Linde North America.

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