Air Liquide, Siemens Energy inaugurate their gigawatt electrolyzer factory


Air Liquide and Siemens Energy have inaugurated their gigawatt electrolyzer factory in Berlin, aiming to increase production from 1 GW to an annual capacity of 3 GW by 2025. The Franco-German partnership, spanning over 2,000 square meters in Berlin, utilizes automation and robotics for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzer module production. The joint venture said that it aims to play a pivotal role in fostering a sustainable hydrogen economy.

Air Products has partnered with Chinese state-owned Chengzhi, aiming to accelerate transport decarbonization in China’s Yangtze River Delta. The joint venture has launched a commercial-scale hydrogen fueling station in Changshu, Jiangsu province, fueling public transport and logistics trucks. The president of Chengzhi, Wei Junmin, expressed excitement about deepening collaboration to expedite hydrogen vehicle development and the hydrogen value chain.

Japan and South Korea are set to collaborate on a supply chain for hydrogen and ammonia, with plans to announce the initiative during the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum summit in the United States. Additionally, the two nations will create new frameworks in quantum technology and semiconductors.

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