Air Liquide sees its hydrogen revenues trebling by 2035, driven by investment of around €8bn ($9.7bn) in the low-carbon hydrogen supply chain and contributing to the development of a low-carbon hydrogen ecosystem for the industry and clean mobility.
That’s what Peter Mackey, Air Liquide’s Vice-President of Strategy & Policy Support for Hydrogen Energy told gasworld’s Virtual Europe Industrial Gas Summit 2021 today (27th April), when he focused on all things green hydrogen.
Speaking of the industrial gas giant’s clean energy goals, Mackey also told the audience that Air Liquide hopes to construct, or be constructing, three gigawatts of electrolyser capacity by 2030.
“Low-carbon hydrogen is necessary to decarbonise existing industrial uses and markets,” he told attendees.
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