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Green Fleet Roundup: Linde, Goodyear, VW, Toyota, Frito-Lay

Linde is completing the first retail hydrogen fueling station it will operate in the US. The station, which is expected to be online before the end of the year, is being installed at the Ramos Oil multi-fuel station in West Sacramento, California. Goodyear has introduced the most fuel-efficient long haul drive … Read more »

European Hydrogen Fuel Cell Charging Clusters Planned

BMW, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota and a host of hydrogen fuel companies have agreed to deploy a total of 110 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in several European locations including Copenhagen, London and Munich and develop new clusters of hydrogen refueling stations in a deal worth £31 million ($51.5 million). Locations are being … Read more »

Linde Joins DOE Hydrogen Partnership

Linde North America has joined the Department of Energy’s H2USA, a public-private partnership to promote hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and build hydrogen fueling infrastructure across the US. Honda, GM, Toyota, Nissan and Hyundai are also members of H2USA. Linde North America is part of the Linde Group, which has equipped … Read more »

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Oil and Gas Operators Face Updated VOC Emissions Laws

Cryogenic condensation can be a safe and cost effective way for oil and gas operators to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds to meet new EPA regulations, according to a white paper by Linde Group. The white paper, Solutions to Contain VOC Emissions and Comply with Evolving EPA Regulations, addresses … Read more »


BASF, Linde Group, ThyssenKrupp Partner on CO2 Technology

BASF, the Linde Group and ThyssenKrupp plan to develop an environmentally friendly technology for utilizing carbon dioxide as a raw material on an industrial scale. BASF says the partners aim to find new ways to produce hydrogen and syngas — a key raw material for the chemical industry also used in … Read more »


Contract Wins: CB&I, Southwest Engineers, Calysta Energy, Linde

CB&I: The air quality control system company has been awarded two contracts with a combined value of more than $40 million for an air quality control program for five existing coal-fired units. The units represent more than 4,000 MW of electric generating capacity. CB&I will provide turnkey engineering, procurement and … Read more »

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Green Fleet Roundup: Smith Electric Vehicles, Volvo, Linde, ChargePoint

Smith Electric Vehicles has produced more than 700 all-electric Edison and Newton trucks (pictured), which have cumulatively generated more than 5 million miles on the road, offsetting an estimated 700,000 gallons of fuel and eliminating more than 10,000 short tons of greenhouse gases, the company says. Smith Electric fleet customers … Read more »

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BMW Launches Largest Fuel Cell Fleet

BMW’s entire fleet of material-handling trucks and forklifts in its Spartanburg, SC production facility is now equipped with hydrogen fuel cells from Plug Power. This expansion, which brings the facility’s clean-energy fleet to 275 units, make it the largest such fleet in North America, the companies say. In 2010, after … Read more »

BMW Plant’s Trucks, Lifts Powered by Hydrogen Fuel Cells

BMW Manufacturing’s plant in Spartanburg, SC, has more than doubled its fleet of material handling equipment using hydrogen fueling systems provided by Linde North America. The 4 million-square-foot production facility now powers its entire hydrogen-fuel cell fleet of more than 230 units to service the plant’s production and logistics functions, … Read more »

Green Fleet Roundup: Ford, J.J. Taylor, Kia, Chevy, Linde

Ford’s MyFord Mobile smartphone app and Web portal now features a charging station finder powered by PlugShare.com, compatible with the new Ford Fusion Energi and C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid vehicles. In addition to aggregating publicly available lists of stations from a variety of sources, PlugShare incorporates crowd-sourced information from users as it aims to provide the most … Read more »

Exxon, Microsoft, Target Added to Dow Jones Index; IBM Dropped

Exxon, Microsoft, Target Added to Dow Jones Index; IBM Dropped

Exxon, Microsoft, Canadian National Railway and Target are among the largest companies added to, and IBM, GlaxoSmithKline and United Technologies among those dropped from, one of the world’s leading sustainability indices. Swiss-based investment firm SAM and Dow Jones Indexes released the 2012 Dow Jones Sustainability Index review, which tracks the … Read more »

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