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Linde scales up Europe green hydrogen portfolio

Industrial gases company set to unveil two more 100MW projects as it scales up together with electrolyser maker ITM Power

Industrial gases company Linde expects to announce another two 100MW green hydrogen electrolyser projects in Europe in the near future as its scales up its production portfolio in the region, according to David Burns, the company’s vice-president of clean hydrogen. Linde is also bidding on projects totalling 250MW related to green ammonia production, he told the Energy Transition Europe 2021 conference, hosted by Reuters. And it is looking to develop a further 100MW of capacity at its Leuna chemicals complex in eastern Germany, where a 24MW facility is already under construction, Burns says. “All signs are green in terms of progress, and as we go from megawatt to gigawatts, we aim to be i



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