Air Liquide is accelerating its low-carbon hydrogen production to meet its customers’ needs. Four major achievements underline this shift in pace in the large-scale hydrogen production.
Supplied with renewable energy, this unit which produces up to 8.2 tons per day of low-carbon hydrogen will help meet the growing local demand for industrial use and mobility.
Both Groups’ technological expertise in electrolysis will drive the development of the next generation of electrolyzers.
to support large-scale renewable hydrogen production in France via the construction of a large-scale electrolyzer complex in Port-Jérôme (Normandy).
in the Tainan Technology Industrial Park. These plants will meet the local semiconductor industry’s demand for ultra-high purity hydrogen.
Air Liquide and ArcelorMittal have signed a memorandum of understanding to accelerate the decarbonization of the Dunkirk industrial basin, in the north of France. The two companies are joining forces to transform the steel production process through the development of innovative solutions involving low-carbon hydrogen and CO2 capture technologies. This partnership underlines Air Liquide’s commitment to supporting its customers in the decarbonization of their industry.
TONS OF CO2 EMITTED ANNUALLY FROM ARCELORMITTAL’S STEEL-MAKING FACILITIES IN DUNKIRK
(1) Proton Exchange Membrane.
(2) Subsidiary of H2V Product Group, industrial company producing carbon-free hydrogen, based on water electrolysis using renewable energy.