A non-profit organisation that evaluates companies on environmental action, CDP today (Jan 14) confirmed that it has given Air Liquide an “A-” rating when it comes to climate change and water environment, recognising some of the group’s sustainability objectives.

Of course, hydrogen is a huge part of Air Liquide’s climate change missions, along with biomethane and other clean technologies, as the company strives to reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, with two intermediary milestones in 2025 and 2035.

To decarbonise its assets, Air Liquide said it leverage on capturing CO2, accelerating low-carbon hydrogen production through electrolysis or by using renewable feedstock such as biomethane.

Active in the hydrogen sector in almost all corners of the world, this is a key focal point here, with the company pioneering clean technologies globally and continuing to build a more sustainable future for the world we live in today.

Now, CDP’s rating has reaffirmed Air Liquide’s strong commitment, with its “leadership level” showcasing some of the most ambitious sustainability objectives in the sector.

On the recognition, Fabienne Lecorvaisier, Executive Vice-President, in charge of Sustainable Development, Public and International Affairs as well as the supervision of the Social Programs and the General Secretariat at Air Liquide, said, “Air Liquide is proud to be recognised among the companies leading the way in the fight against climate change by a worldwide reference such as the CDP.

“Our approach to contribute to the emergence of a sustainable society is global. Air Liquide has developed a wide array of innovative solutions that can contribute to reducing its own environmental footprint but also that of its clients and of society at large.”

Making hydrogen happen

This March, H2 View will explore A Climate for Action and Investment in Europe in an immersive event that features some of the leading stakeholders and influencers in hydrogen, as well as a return to in-person networking and the opportunity to meet the Women in Hydrogen driving the agenda forward.

Taking place in Munich, Germany, confirmed speakers already include the Hydrogen Council, Hydrogen Europe, Clean Hydrogen Partnership, FiveT Hydrogen, Airbus, Nel and Michelin.

Further information on the event, agenda and confirmed speakers can be found here.

To book your ticket, click here.