The Institute of Responsible Capitalism* just announced Air Liquide as the winner of its Grand Prize for shareholder democracy as part of its General Meeting and Gender Balance Awards. This award once again highlights the strong relationship between the Group and its shareholders.
At a ceremony streamed live on the Boursorama website on June 29, the Palme d’Or 2021 des Jeunes Actionnaires (Young Shareholders Golden Palm) award recognized Air Liquide, highlighting its strong performance and the efforts it has made to address new generations of individual shareholders.
The laser show that lit up the Eiffel Tower on May 25 with certified renewable hydrogen lasted only a few minutes (3.5 minutes) but it will go down in history!
Led by its firm commitment to individual share ownership, the Group is inviting people in their 30s to join its family of “Inventors of the future,” a reference to both the Group’s ability to innovate for the future and to the key role of individual shareholders in supporting the development of companies.
Air Liquide has just announced ambitious sustainability objectives, which represent a very important stage of the Group’s history. On this occasion, Benoît Potier, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Air Liquide, addresses shareholders.
On the occasion of Air Liquide’s 2020 Annual Results publication, Benoît Potier, Chairman & CEO, discusses in video the highlights and outstanding performance of your Group during that year marked by the health crisis:
Air Liquide has completed in Bécancour, Canada, the construction of the world's largest PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyzer. Fully supplied with renewable energy, provided by Hydro-Québec, this site strengthens Air Liquide’s position as a major player in the supply of low-carbon hydrogen.
Air Liquide wins this prestigious Grand Prix (top prize) for Corporate Governance for the third time. The award reflects the Group’s commitment to the quality of its governance.
Around nine million people in France currently face poverty1, including almost one million young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who are not in employment, training or education2. To deal with this situation, professional integration is a primary focus which is played out at a local level, as close as possible to the most vulnerable groups. The non-profit organization ARES knows this and is an advocate of this approach.