Iwatani enters US hydrogen market with acquisition of hydrogen stations

Iwatani Corporation of America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Iwatani Corporation, has acquired four hydrogen refuelling stations in California from Messer (formerly Linde, LLC).

The four retail stations are capable of supplying up to 350kg of hydrogen per day and are located in West Sacramento, Mountain View, San Ramon and San Juan Capistrano.

The acquisition marks Iwatani’s entry into the US hydrogen refuelling market and expands the company’s total global hydrogen refuelling station network to 30.

“The four California stations are the first of a series of stations intended by Iwatani for deployment in the western part of the US,” said Mineharu Okamoto, President of Iwatani Corporation of America.

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