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.