Air Liquide inaugurates the first clean multi-energy station in Nancy, France


Air Liquide has inaugurated the first clean multi-energy station dedicated to road freight transport in France and Europe, based in Fléville-devant-Nancy.

This new multi-energy station, open to the public and dedicated to road freight transport, enables the supply of vehicles with CNG, LNG, and liquid nitrogen on a single site.

Nitrogen supply is meant for trucks fitted with a cryogenic refrigerating unit for food refrigerated transport, especially in urban areas.

With this new station, Air Liquide contributes to the development of cleaner mobility; these energies offer three major benefits. As clean energies, they enable to cut both fine particles and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, specifically when CNG and LNG are issued from biomethane. They are also quiet, which is a true asset for urban and peri-urban deliveries, especially at night. Lastly, these energies are more economical, with a lower cost price per mile than diesel.

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