EnviroTech :: Sustainability
Air Liquide signs contract to develop second-generation biofuel plant in France
10:01 AM MDT | April 19, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Air Liquide has signed an agreement with the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA; Paris), to develop a second-generation biofuel production unit in France capable of producing an extremely pure and energy-efficient synthesis fuel, Air Liquide announced today. "Air Liquide is involved in concrete projects that aim to develop cleaner energies: second-generation biofuels and hydrogen energy will help to reduce [carbon dioxide] missions in the coming years," says François Darchis, senior v.p. at Air Liquide. CEA will develop...
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