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Daimler, Linde to Build 20 H2 Filling Stations in Germany

7:42 AM MDT | June 2, 2011 | Alex Scott

Car manufacturer Daimler and gases and technology company Linde Group say they will spend tens of millions of dollars in the coming three years to install 20 hydrogen fuel stations for fuel cell vehicles in Germany. The additional stations will ensure a supply of hydrogen for the fuel cell cars already on the roads, the companies say. The hydrogen will be produced entirely from renewable resources. The initiative links in with the existing H2 Mobility and Clean Energy Partnership infrastructure projects, which are being subsidized by the National Innovation...

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