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Linde to build two hydrogen fueling stations in California

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The California Energy Commissionen (CEC) awarded $4.3 million to Linde North America to construct retail hydrogen fueling stations at Oakland International Airport and San Ramon, California.

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The award is part of $46.6 million funding program the CEC has committed to expand the retail hydrogen fueling infrastructure within the state.

The grants, made through CEC's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, were made to eight applicants and will add 13 new hydrogen fueling locations in Northern California and 15 in Southern California, strategically located to create a refueling network along major corridors and in regional centers.

Linde North America is a member of The Linde Group, one of the world's largest hydrogen energy producers and a leader in developing alternative fuel technologies. Linde, one of the earliest entrants into the hydrogen energy arena, is a leader in the safe production, storage and distribution of hydrogen.

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