Air Liquide shuttles employees in hydrogen-powered FCEVs

Air Liquide shuttles employees in hydrogen-powered FCEVs

Air Liquide employees are being transported by hydrogen-powered shuttles in Shanghai, China.

Serving the Cheng Kung plant located in Jiading District, the fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are refuelled at the Sinopec hydrogen refuelling station in the same district, which was designed, manufactured and installed by the Air Liquide Houpu joint venture.

The two shuttles can be refuelled efficiently with the hydrogen supplied by Air Liquide’s Changshu plant.

Nicolas Poirot, Air Liquide China President & CEO, said, “In over 50 years, Air Liquide has developed unique know-how across the entire hydrogen value chain.”

“A total of 12 hydrogen refuelling stations have been constructed or under the working process by our joint venture Air Liquide Houpu in China.”

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