Rochelle Toplensky of The Wall Street Journal writes on Air Liquide’s hydrogen plan.
- Air Liquide is a French-based hydrogen company that sells around $2.2 billion worth of the fuel annually.
- The company recently rolled out a plan that would see sizeable investments in hydrogen technology and a tripling of revenue by 2050.
- The global market for hydrogen is expected to reach $2.5 trillion by 2050.
- Free market innovation is key to a clean energy future.
“It is still early days for the market. While that increases the chance it develops in unexpected ways, it also gives the likes of Air Liquide time to adapt.”
Read the full article here.