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Environment

Linde Builds Hydrogen Stations

by Melody Voith
June 14, 2010 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 88, ISSUE 24

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Credit: Linde
A Linde hydrogen fuel station, shown in this plan, will be able to refuel a bus in six minutes.
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Credit: Linde
A Linde hydrogen fuel station, shown in this plan, will be able to refuel a bus in six minutes.

Linde North America is building two hydrogen fueling stations in the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District in northern California. The stations will use new ionic compression technology, which Linde says uses less electricity than other hydrogen fueling stations and requires less maintenance. The station in Emeryville will dispense liquid hydrogen produced off-site and gaseous hydrogen produced from water by an electolyzer made by Proton Energy Systems.

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