Air Products unveils liquid hydrogen plant plans for Arizona; operations to begin in 2023


Making its latest move in the North American hydrogen market, Air Products has said will it develop a 10 metric ton per day liquid hydrogen plant in Casa Grande, Arizona, to support zero-emissions mobility in California.

Set to come on-stream in 2023, the entire facility will be run with zero-carbon renewable power, utilising two thyssenkrupp nucera electrolysers to produce gaseous hydrogen, and Air Products technology to convert the gas into a liquid.

In addition to the above, the hydrogen plant will also feature compression technology supplied through the Baker Hughes strategic alliance – the same technology that is also being used at Air Products’ NEOM project in Saudi Arabia.

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