Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle

Austrian industrial gas systems-maker Linde AG has launched an H2 production line to support commercial demand for the development of hydrogen filling stations. Currently the previously nascent hydrogen-fueled vehicle segment has seen to be generally cost-inefficient, particularly since the market concept has been applied without a proper public delivery infrastructure solution in tow.

Linde, on the other hand, has been working toward a practical H2 solution since 1988, although one of Linde’s senior executive members suggested that the problem hasn’t been ‘if’ they’d do a launch, but more about ‘when’; It’s (been) a chicken-and-egg situation. Now, however, with recent H2 news associated with new vehicle production in the case of Kia-Hyundai and Toyota, it appears that going forward makes more sense than not.

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