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Partnership to develop alternative fuel infrastructure

The production of the new hydrogen fuelling stations adds to the growing portfolio of work that both Daimler and Linde are carrying out in order to work towards a greener and more sustainable energy infrastructure.

Daimler and Linde have announced a joint initiative to work with the oil and gas companies Total, OMV, Avia and Hoyer on hydrogen infrastructure. The partners intend to create 13 new hydrogen fuelling stations across Germany by the end of 2015. The production of the new hydrogen fuelling stations adds to the growing portfolio of work that both Daimler and Linde are carrying out in order to work towards a greener and more sustainable energy infrastructure.

 

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