Linde joins H2Accelerate; commits to green hydrogen for trucking

Linde has today (Sep 28) made its latest move in the evolving hydrogen economy, having become the seventh member in H2Accelerate.

Having installed approximately 200 hydrogen refuelling stations worldwide, the industrial gas giant now brings a wealth of knowledge to the group as it works to decarbonise the trucking sector.

On Linde’s new membership, David Burns, Vice-President of Clean Energy Development at Linde, said, “We have been in the hydrogen business for a long time and are committed to helping the world to reach its climate targets by contributing with our knowledge expertise and infrastructure to the development of the hydrogen economy.

“The task ahead of us is large and complex, as is the environmental challenge that we currently face. The world needs to work together if it wants to come up with a timely solution to tackle climate change.

“Trucking is one of the sectors that can substantially reduce its emissions if switching from diesel to clean hydrogen. We are very glad to be part of the H2Accelerate collaboration to facilitate and drive that switch.”

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