Solutions for Green Hydrogen
At the Linde Engineering corporation in Dresden, engineers and specialists are working on modern solutions for green hydrogen. They are increasingly using their longtime experience with and their expert knowledge about gas for projects which put the climate-friendly green hydrogen center stage.
They are increasingly using their longtime experience with and their expert knowledge about this gas for projects which put the climate-friendly green hydrogen center stage.
As a planner and developer, the company provides all services revolving around innovative hydrogen projects, ranging from feasibility studies and cost estimates to the procurement of materials and design engineering all the way to commissioning. A specific focus is on the electrolysis sector. An outstanding example is the world’s first PEM (proton exchange membrane) electrolyzer which is to be put into operation in Leuna in 2023. The electrolysis plant has been developed under the auspices of Linde Engineering Dresden. With a capacity of 24 megawatts, this project is a major leap towards expanding clean energy in Germany.
Numerous other projects are also carried out in Dresden; for example, with a focus on fostering the decarbonization of industrial processes. Towards this end, Linde’s extensive portfolio encompasses diverse solutions for the capture, separation, and liquefaction of CO2. These solutions are also used to produce blue hydrogen. A process during which hydrogen is produced and, at the same time, CO2 is captured from the previous production.
The world’s largest corporate group for gases, thus, benefits from the synergies created by its two business divisions Linde Gases and Linde Engineering. That’s why Linde is the only company capable of covering all stages of the hydrogen value creation chain – ranging from production and processing to distribution and storage all the way to industrial and consumer applications.
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