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Linde plans to build $83 million hydrogen plant in Alabama

McINTOSH, Alabama — Linde, a leading global producer of industrial gases, plans to build a new hydrogen plant in Washington County as part of an $83 million growth project that will have a substantial impact on the community’s economy.

Linde said the new plant will reinforce the company’s robust supply network. and allow it to meet growing demand from aerospace, electronics, manufacturing and mobility customers.

“The new plant in McIntosh will allow us to capture growth opportunities, while further increasing the reliability of our liquid hydrogen supply,” said Todd Lawson, vice president of the East Region for Linde.

Linde said it will utilize a standard plant design for the facility to take advantage of domestically sourced and fabricated equipment to minimize cost and construction risk.

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