Air Liquide has today (24th May) opened its largest liquid hydrogen production and logistics infrastructure facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada, to serve the growing hydrogen mobility market.
Marking a $250m investment, the plant will have a capacity of 30 tonnes of liquid hydrogen daily, produced in part from renewable natural gas sourced from landfills using Air Liquide’s advanced separation membrane technology.
Located just next to California, one of the world’s largest fuel cell vehicle markets with one of the most robust retail refuelling station networks, Air Liquide said the plant will be key in expanding hydrogen supply on the West Coast, thus enabling the market to continue its growth.
gasworld understands the facility can provide enough renewable hydrogen for over 40,000 fuel cell vehicles in California.
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