Green Hydrogen Air Liquide Port-Jérôme France Refining, Transport 2025

Air Liquide acquired the H2V Normandy project in 2021 as plan to build out 200 MW of electrolyser capacity to produce green hydrogen for industrial and heavy-duty mobility applications. Upon the acquisition, Air Liquide will now lead the large-scale proton-exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser project, which will be connected to a hydrogen pipeline and contribute to a low-carbon hydrogen network in the region.