Paris airports could be transformed into hydrogen hubs

Airbus, Air France-KLM, Paris Region and Groupe ADP want to transform Paris airports into hydrogen hubs to support the European Commission’s goal for zero-emission aircrafts by 2035.

The consortium has today (11th Feb) called for expressions of interest to explore the opportunities generated by hydrogen in Paris airports to decarbonise air transport activities.

Launched with support of the Choose Paris Region agency, it is hoped the call will help build a unique airport ecosystem federated around hydrogen, major corporations, laboratories, start-ups and universities.

Three main themes have been outlined in the call for expressions of interest: storage, transportation and distribution of hydrogen, diversification of hydrogen use cases in airports and in aeronautics, and circular economy around hydrogen.

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