Linde has plans to build, own and operate a 24-megawatt electrolyzer facility at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany. The mega plant will produce green hydrogen and supply it to its industrial customers.
Wie Linde bekannt gegeben hat, soll im Chemiekomplex Leuna der weltweit größte PEM-Elektrolyseur entstehen. Der Gasespezialist will die Anlage selbst betreiben und Industriekunden mit Wasserstoff versorgen.
Under the terms of the long-term agreement, Linde will build, own and operate air separation plants at Pyeongtaek in South Korea in order to supply ultra-high purity industrial gases to Samsung Electronics’ new semiconductor facilities in the region.
Under the terms of the contract, Linde will start up a new air separation unit along with three nitrogen generators to supply industrial gases to the Taiwanese electronics customer. On completion, the plants are expected to have a total combined gas capacity of over 173,000 Nm3/hr.
Under the terms of the MOU, Linde and Cnooc will jointly explore the possibility of investing in hydrogen production and filling units as well as increasing the use of hydrogen in industrial applications.
Under a MOU signed between Linde and a subsidiary of China Power International Development, both the companies will work together to carry out numerous green hydrogen initiatives including research and development of hydrogen technology.
Under a long term agreement, Linde will supply oxygen, nitrogen and carbon monoxide from its hydrogen and carbon monoxide unit as well as a new air separation plant to Celanese. The plants will also supply hydrogen to Linde’s other customers via its U.S. Gulf Coast pipeline.