Air Liquide is going to contribute to the Île-de-France region’s H2 Hub Airport project, which involves the transformation of a number of Paris airport into hydrogen hubs. This is part of a broader effort by the region to participate in the European Commission’s goal of reaching zero-emission aircraft by 2035.

Air Liquide will supply these airports with hydrogen and thus becomes part of a larger circular hydrogen economy. The company will also supply a tanker truch with capacity to contain liquid hydrogen.

7.2 billion euros been set aside for the conversion to green hydrogen at French airports between 2020 and 2030.

Read more about Air Liquide’s contribution here and the background for the project here.