Air Liquide has reaffirmed its commitment to hydrogen-powered heavy-duty mobility, having today (Oct 12) inked a joint development agreement with Faurecia to develop on-board liquid hydrogen storage systems.
Believed by the duo to be a particularly apt solution for long-haul applications, liquid hydrogen can offer twice the autonomy of similar vehicles running on gaseous hydrogen, whilst still boasting short refuelling times.
In order to ensure a smooth development process for the on-board liquid hydrogen storage systems, the partnership will utilise Air Liquide’s expertise across the entire liquid hydrogen value chain and Faurecia’s architecture and system integration skills.
On the partnership, Benoît Potier, Chairman and CEO of Air Liquide, said, “Momentum is building around hydrogen, generating worldwide interest. In this context, players from many different sectors are joining forces to unlock the potential of hydrogen.
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