Linde is the eighth company to join H2Accelerate, a group dedicated to accelerating the use of green hydrogen in the transportation industry.
Daimler Truck, Iveco, Volvo OMV, Shell, and TotalEnergies are among the H2Accelerate members.
Linde has developed over 200 hydrogen refueling stations, including truck stations, to far. The business will collaborate with current H2Accelerate participants to fund early pre-commercial fuel cell truck initiatives and push for government support to help the hydrogen truck sector grow up.
Linde has worked to build the infrastructure and technologies that will enable a hydrogen-powered mobility industry since its early work with hydrogen for mobility in the 1970s. Linde is a member of a global network of over twenty industry and government-sponsored organizations working to accelerate the transition to clean energy, with hydrogen at its heart.
“The work ahead is huge and complex,” said David Burns, vice president, Clean Energy Development, Linde. To combat climate change, we must collaborate to develop timely solutions. Trucking is one of the industries that can cut emissions significantly by converting from diesel to clean hydrogen, and we are excited to be a member of the H2Accelerate partnership to help simplify and accelerate that transition.”