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Linde to Build Facility for High-Purity Hydrogen to Supply Polysilicon Producer in China

1:12 AM MST | November 16, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh

Linde says it has signed a new agreement to expand its gas supply deal with GCL-Poly Energy (Hong Kong), the largest producer of highly purified polycrystalline silicon in China. Linde says it will invest €15 million to construct additional production and supply facilities for high-purity hydrogen at the Xuzhou industrial park in China. Linde put two steam reformers into operation earlier this year, and Linde supplies GCL with hydrogen from these reformers by pipeline. The two new facilities are expected to come stream in mid 2011, doubling existing hydrogen...

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