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© Air Liquide
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© Air Liquide

Air Liquide and Groupe ADP to provide hydrogen infrastructure services to airports

Air Liquide and Groupe ADP have said today (June 15), they are set to strengthen their collaboration, with plans of creating an engineering joint venture dedicated to the integration of hydrogen with airport infrastructure.

H2 View understands, the 50:50 venture hopes to provide airports with the engineering and services required to transition to hydrogen. With commercial hydrogen-powered aircraft expected by 2035, the need for infrastructure to accommodate the clean fuel is growing.

The partners have said their services will hope to meet all the challenges airports face ahead of integrating hydrogen, including:

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