At the 2021 General Meeting, we welcomed you to the Paris Innovation Campus. This summer, we would like to take you back there through a series of articles that tell you a bit more about what goes on at this “flagship” of the Group’s Research and Development. Step one: Open innovation.
Air Liquide, Airbus and Groupe ADP have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to prepare for the arrival of hydrogen in airports by 2035 as part of the development of hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft.
Extreme cryogenics, the science of ultra-low temperatures (close to absolute zero, or -273,14°C), has been an Air Liquide expertise for many years. Essential for cooling and liquefying many gases, extreme cryogenics is key in many areas, including highly innovative ones.
Air Liquide has recently finalized the construction of the world’s largest PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyzer, equipped with CUMMINS technology, which marks a major step in the Group’s commitment to producing low-carbon hydrogen on an industrial scale. Why is this a key step? Below are all the answers to your questions (and much more).
Despite its small size, the hydrogen molecule is increasingly in the global spotlight. The race for clean hydrogen solutions has begun across Europe, Asia and North America! In this final chapter of our report on hydrogen, we take a look at its global roll-out.
Will hydrogen drive us all in the future? This gas, in any case, is set to become one of the cornerstones of the energy transition. With the European Union presenting a plan last July to develop this energy solution as part of the economic recovery and France announcing its own 7 billion euro plan in September to create an industrial hydrogen sector, let’s take another look at hydrogen’s potential to decarbonize the mobility sector as part of this second article on the subject.
Hydrogen often makes the headlines for the role it can play in the energy transition. However, use of this molecule is not new. In over 50 years, Air Liquide has developed unique know-how across the entire hydrogen chain (from production to storage and distribution). We are passionate about this subject and so are you. We have therefore decided this fall to prepare a three-part report for you on this topic. Step one, back to basics: What is hydrogen?
Today we are celebrating the 14th anniversary of the presence of MELFI(1) on board the International Space Station (ISS). This cold production system , this “refrigerator of space”, allows the conservation of scientific samples in space at -80°C. Initially planned for 2 years, it now records more than 14 years of continuous operation! An opportunity for us to return to the Group’s cutting-edge activities in space.
In over 50 years, Air Liquide has developed unique know-how across the entire hydrogen chain (from production to storage and distribution). Through its expertise, the Group contributes to the wider use of hydrogen as a source of clean energy.