Air Liquide Installs First of Eight Clean Energy Stations in France

By: Jemima Owen-Jones

Air Liquide has inaugurated a new clean energy station in Servon, Ile-de-France, in partnership with Carrefour.

This station, designed and installed by Air Liquide, will provide fuel on bio natural gas for transport vehicles (bio-NGV).

The Servon station is the first of eight multi-clean energy stations that Air Liquide will roll out in France throughout 2017. They will join the six multi-energy stations that have already opened in France and in the UK.

Designed mainly for the transport of goods, these stations supply compressed and liquefied bio-NGV, as well as the Air Liquide’s liquid nitrogen (N2) solution blueeze™ for trucks equipped with a cryogenic refrigerating unit, instead of diesel. The station that just opened in Servon, like all of Air Liquide’s multi-energy stations, can fuel 80 trucks a day.

Through its biogas purification units in Europe, the group is present in the production of biomethane for natural gas networks and bio-NGV for transport fleets. Biomethane injected into the natural gas network can be used to supply stations that distribute bio-NGV. Bio-NGV is a form of clean and renewable energy that reduces CO2 emissions by 90% and noise by up to 50% compared with diesel fuel.

At this time, Air Liquide operates more than 60 bio-NGV stations in Europe, principally supplied by its biogas purification units in the UK, France, and Sweden.

Courtesy: https://www.gasworld.com/

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