We are Hydrogen: Focus on hydrogen pioneers at the Hanover trade show
TIME & PLACE
April 1, 2019 - April 5, 2019 - Hanover Fairground
Air Liquide is on the H2 Mobility booth at the Hanover trade show, the world's biggest industrial technology fair, which is being held at the Hanover Messe exhibition center from April 1 to 5. The pioneers of hydrogen mobility are being celebrated under the banner "We are Hydrogen".
During the five days of the Hanover trade show, Air Liquide will be present at the "We are Hydrogen" booth. The exhibit will focus on hydrogen mobility pioneers with the possibility of test-driving one of four Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles presented, among other things. It will also be possible to go to the new Hanover-Laatzen hydrogen station (operated by Shell, using Air Liquide technologies) to recharge a car. Axane – a subsidiary of Air Liquide that designs innovative fuel cell systems for different applications – will also be on the Business France booth.
Hanover trade show is the world's biggest industrial technology show and is made up of several exhibitions. More than 200,000 visitors are expected this year. Part of the Hanover trade show for more than 25 years, the Hydrogen + Fuel Cells fair demonstrates the sector's vitality, with 180 exhibitors from 20 countries. It is the biggest European trade fair devoted to hydrogen and fuel cells, with a focus on its everyday use by individuals.
Join us in Hall 27, booths B55 (Air Liquide) & B70 (Axane)
Air Liquide’s commitment to hydrogen energy
In the past 50 years, Air Liquide has developed unique expertise enabling it to master the entire hydrogen supply chain, from production and storage to distribution and the development of applications for end users, thus contributing to the widespread use of hydrogen as a clean energy source, for mobility in particular. Air Liquide has designed and installed more than 120 stations around the world to date. Hydrogen is an alternative to meet the challenge of clean transportation and thus contributes to the improvement of air quality. Used in a fuel cell, hydrogen combines with oxygen in the air to produce electricity, emitting only water. It does not generate any pollution at the point of use: zero greenhouse gases, zero particles and zero noise. Hydrogen provides a concrete response to the challenges posed by sustainable mobility and local pollution in urban areas.