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© Fives
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© Fives

Project HyGen launched to advance liquid hydrogen equipment in France

French industrial group Fives has launched the €7.5m ($8.m) HyGen project in collaboration with the CEA and Ècole des Mines de Saint-Etienne.

After receiving €3.4m ($3.6m) in funding from the French Government as part of the programme France 2030, operated by ADEME, the HyGen project has been established to increase the scale-up of equipment needed for the use of liquid hydrogen.

Through collaboration, HyGen aims to remove technological barriers to scale-up liquefaction equipment and multiple existing capacities by 10, whilst also strengthening the reliability and security of equipment. In addition, it wants to improve France’s competitiveness in hydrogen and to create a strong sector around liquid hydrogen and therefore meet the growing demand of the fuel in the mobility market.

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