Linde is expanding the Group's largest complex for gas production in Leuna, with an additional hydrogen liquefier. The plant is scheduled to go into operation in 2021 and will double existing production capacities for liquid hydrogen (LH2).
Linde is reacting to the growing demand for hydrogen throughout Europe with the construction of the new plant: "With the new hydrogen liquefier, we will be offering our customers even higher standards for delivery readiness, production capacity and product purity," explains Jens Waldeck, Head of Region Central Europe at Linde. "In view of the increasing use of hydrogen as a fuel for road and rail transport, the hydrogen liquefier is also a valuable investment in the future."
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