Linde will supply gaseous hydrogen for the station, which is located at the Missouri University of Science and Technology’s E-cubed Commons development.

Linde is delivering, storing and supplying fuel cell-grade gaseous hydrogen for the station on behalf of the Gas Technology Institute (GTI), which has partnered with the university to supply the station. The industrial gases company will also provide technical support to GTI to ensure the safe and efficient performance of the refueling system.

Christopher Hric, account manager for Linde North America, said: Linde and GTI are working together to commercialize production technology used to refuel alternative-energy vehicles. We appreciate the opportunity to continue working together for this important launch.