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Generating a Cleaner Future with Hydrogen

As the world’s largest hydrogen producer, Air Products works across all facets of the hydrogen value chain, including production, distribution, storage, and dispensing and has been a pioneer in hydrogen fueling for decades. The company operates the world’s longest hydrogen pipeline system and is a world-class liquid hydrogen supplier. Air Products has hands-on operating experience with over 250 hydrogen fueling station projects in 20 countries, and the company’s technologies are used in over 1.5 million fueling operations annually. 

How is hydrogen produced?

Hydrogen, the universe's most abundant element, exists as part of compounds like water or methane and is separated into pure hydrogen using a range of technologies. 

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Is hydrogen fueling safe?

Hydrogen has been safely produced and used globally in various applications for over 100 years. When handled properly by companies like Air Products who have over 60 years of hydrogen experience, hydrogen, like all transportation fuels, is very safe.

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Why choose hydrogen?

When used to power vehicles, hydrogen’s only byproduct is water. It most closely replicates the traditional transportation fuel consumer experience in terms of refueling, range and performance.

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Hydrogen is already playing a key role in decarbonizing transportation. We are driving the industry forward with safe, reliable and fast fuelling solutions for heavy-duty applications.​
Air Products delivers end-to-end customer solutions through full service hydrogen management. This means our customer can concentrate their resources & capital on core activities.​

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World-Scale Hydrogen Production Projects


With an investment of $7 billion, Air Products will supply carbon-free green hydrogen to power buses and trucks around the world by 2026, eliminating 3 million tons per year of CO₂ emissions, the equivalent of emissions from over 700,000 cars. The joint venture project in Saudi Arabia with NEOM and ACWA Power will be powered by four gigawatts of renewable power from solar, wind and storage, fueling the production of 650 tons per day of hydrogen by electrolysis using thyssenkrupp technology, nitrogen by air separation using Air Products technology, and 1.2 million tons per year of carbon-free ammonia using Haldor Topsoe technology.

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