Linde discussed its hydrogen producing electrolysers in a virtual discussion today (June 10) focused on the role hydrogen could have in the future of the economy and its influence in decarbonisation efforts.
Linde invested in ITM Power back in 2019 and later launched a new joint venture: ITM Linde Electrolysis. The joint venture aims to offer integrated offerings along the full hydrogen value chain, from generation to the application of the green gas.
Its industrial scale electrolysers have already been implemented into several hydrogen facilities across the world and currently help to produce the lucrative energy source.
Andreas Rupiper, of Linde, discussed the various types of clean hydrogen technologies that are currently available on the market and that Linde are producing. This includes green hydrogen, low carbon hydrogen and a minimum of 60% hydrogen. All these different types play a vital role in the new renewable energy market.
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