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ENGIE and ArianeGroup join forces to develop renewable liquid hydrogen

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ENGIE and ArianeGroup have signed a cooperation agreement in the field of renewable liquid hydrogen to speed up the decarbonization of heavy-duty and long-distance transportation.

Renewable liquid hydrogen is a zero-emissions alternative to fossil fuels and an answer to the specific storage and endurance requirements of sectors such as maritime and rail transport and aviation.

ENGIE and ArianeGroup will develop and test optimized liquefaction technology with the development of a hydrogen liquefier at ArianeGroup’s industrial facility in Vernon (France) and then develop a range of products and services on the liquid hydrogen line, primarily for maritime and inland waterway applications.

“Thanks to the Ariane launch vehicles, ArianeGroup is one of the few companies in the world to have sound expertise in systems and solutions based on liquid hydrogen. We are honoured to have been chosen by ENGIE to take up this challenge with them. At a time when hydrogen is playing a key role in the recovery plans of France and Germany and for the European Green Deal, we are looking forward to working on concrete projects with our industrial partners, local authorities and institutional stakeholders The ongoing innovations in the launcher sector, such as the Prometheus ultra-low cost launcher engine, will further increase ArianeGroup’s ability to make 100%-European hydrogen technologies and solutions accessible to all.”

André-Hubert Roussel, ArianeGroup CEO.

The aim is to develop technological solutions to achieve sustainable use of liquid hydrogen and provide innovative, integrated solutions to clients in the heavy-duty and long-distance transportation sector.

“We are delighted to be working with ArianeGroup. Renewable hydrogen is a vital component of the energy mix and is one of the key industrial tools that will help us bring about the transition over to carbon neutrality. France’s recovery plan firmly supports the development of hydrogen, and the European Green Deal evidences the crucial role that it will play in the energy transition. ENGIE develops renewable hydrogen solutions with our partners for industrial uses, mobility and energy.”

Claire Waysand, ENGIE’s interim CEO
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