Air Liquide Joins CaFCP Executive Board

Air Liquide
At the California Fuel Cell Partnership public meeting in Los Angeles last week, Air Liquide was invited to become a member of CaFCP’s executive board. Air Liquide, a long-time CaFCP member, is the first industrial gas company and hydrogen station developer to join the board. Air Liquide in the U.S. relies on more than 20,000 employees in over 1,300 locations, offering industrial gases and related services to customers in a range of industries, including oil and gas, chemicals, metals, construction, food and beverage, research and analysis, electronics and healthcare. Air Liquide has designed and built 75 hydrogen stations around the world, including the Anaheim station. More about Air Liquide 

Executive Members are integrally involved with the technical, financial, and regulatory decisions that affect market deployment of FCEVs in California, across the U.S., and around the world. In addition, Executive Members collaborate to plan CaFCP’s annual program plan and determine the organization’s activities and evaluate results. More about joining CaFCP