In Ontario, California, Linde intends to expand the amount of green hydrogen it can produce. This choice will assist in satisfying the market for mobility’s rising demand.
Linde will construct, own, and run the first of multiple five-megawatt PEM (proton exchange membrane) electrolyzers to enhance its hydrogen capacity.
The old plant and the new electrolyzer will create enough green hydrogen after this initial expenditure to prevent up to 75,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions annually.
Marcos Cuevas, vice president of Linde’s Western Region, says, “we continue to see increased demand for green hydrogen as decarbonization in the mobility industry becomes a reality.”