Mobility, infrastructure, and industry at Hyvolution 2023

Mobility, infrastructure, and industry took centre stage at the first Hyvolution Summit in Paris today (February 2).

Coming as the inaugural Summit at the renowned European exhibition, a day of French and English sessions took place, dissecting the hydrogen landscape and showcasing ongoing projects on the continent.

Transport has long been an alluring, relatable application for hydrogen, and potentially none more sort after than the prospect of hydrogen-powered flight. Eric Delobel, Chief Technical Officer at Vinci Airports took to the stage to discuss work the company was undertaking to develop airport-based hydrogen ecosystems.

Delobel told delegates that as the ‘first’ private airport operator, Vinci wants to become a leader in the decarbonisation of airports. “We see that hydrogen will play a key role in the decarbonisation of airport mobility,” he said.

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