Hydrogen a vital part of Air Liquide’s ESG objectives

Air Liquide is accelerating its hydrogen developments to at least triple its turnover to more the €6bn by 2035, the industrial gas giant confirmed today (23rd March).

The major hydrogen plans were unveiled as part of the company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives to ACT for a sustainable future, in line with its growth trajectory and with performance and sustainability at the core.

With a focus on hydrogen, Air Liquide said it will reach its ambitious goals by investing approximately €8bn in the low-carbon hydrogen supply chain and contributing to the development of a low-carbon hydrogen ecosystem for the industry and clean mobility.

Taking all of the above into consideration, Air Liquide said it hopes to bring its total electrolysis capacity to 3GW by 2030.

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