Air Liquide: Federal policies critical to realising North America’s hydrogen market

Air Liquide’s commitment to hydrogen and sustainability is not new. In fact, in the past 50 years, the company has developed unique expertise enabling it to master the entire hydrogen supply chain, from production and storage to distribution and the development of applications for end users, thus contributing to the use of hydrogen as a clean energy carrier.

With Air Liquide’s world’s firsts in Bécancour, Quebec City in Canada and in North Las Vegas, Nevada in the US, and its investment in hydrogen logistics and distribution infrastructures in the US West Coast and Northeast, Air Liquide is proud to further advance the hydrogen mobility and energy market in North America.

But for North America’s hydrogen market to realise its full potential, American Air Liquide Holdings, Inc. Chairman and CEO Mike Graff (pictured right) said federal policies that encourage and support the buildout of this infrastructure will be critical. H2 View caught up with Graff to find out more, ahead of our North America-focused April magazine, in which we hear more from Air Liquide about its 30 tonnes per day renewable hydrogen plant in North Las Vegas and proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser in Bécancour.

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