A growing band of companies are working to transform hydrogen’s status as a perennial runner up in the clean energy race. Air Liquide is one such firm. The French multinational is involved in the provision of gas, chemicals, and technologies for a number of different industries, but it is currently also investing heavily in the development of hydrogen infrastructure across Europe, North America, and Asia. The company wants to see H2 powering a sizeable chunk of the global economy within the next decade or two, but it also acknowledges that in order to open up those markets it first needs to put a complex set of building blocks in place.
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