Transitioning to clean energies.
Natural Gas for heavy-duty vehicles
Amid growing environmental awareness and with consumers increasingly sensitive to poor air quality in cities, the transportation sector has to undergo rapid and profound change. In Europe, 20% of CO2 emissions originate from road transportation. Despite some improvements in fuel consumption efficiency in recent years, these emissions are still rising, mainly due to increasing road freight traffic. Air Liquide wants to help road transportation companies to significantly cut their polluting emissions.
Air Liquide is a committed stakeholder across the full span of the biomethane value chain for a sustainable transport, from biogas supply and purification for biomethane production (which can be directly injected into the gas network) to distribution to the final client with bioNGV or clean multi-energy stations.
Natural Gas for passenger vehicles
The issues of climate changes and the need for an energy transition have been making headlines for several years. The public has recognized the need to shift to a new energy mix, where clean and renewable energies have their place. Air Liquide is aware of these issues and is working actively on providing clean transportation solutions.
Our lastest news
Air Liquide supplies Nestlé with biomethane for sustainable transport in Lombardia, ItalyDecember 20, 2022
Air Liquide inaugurates its first biomethane production unit in ItalySeptember 16, 2022
Air Liquide to build in the USA its largest biomethane production unit in the worldFebruary 04, 2022
Air Liquide steps up its biomethane activity in the UK with a major contract with ASDADecember 21, 2020
Air Liquide launches biomethane activity in Italy with two new production unitsNovember 19, 2020
Access to Air Liquide's bio-NGV stations in France for heavy-duty trucks with the Shell cardAugust 25, 2020
Projects featuring Air Liquide biogas membrane technology win three awards at 8th Annual Biogas Industry Awards in the U.S.January 27, 2020
FordonsGas, an Air Liquide company, will build three biomethane refueling stations dedicated to buses in the Småland region, SwedenJanuary 23, 2020