Eiffel Tower lights up with renewable hydrogen for first time ever

May 30, 2021 |

In France, Air Liquide supplied the renewable hydrogen necessary to light up the Eiffel Tower for a laser show during the “Paris de l’hydrogène” event organised by Energy Observer. The hydrogen is also used to power the exhibition village and the exhibition features hydrogen as a cornerstone of the energy transition and as a means to succeed in building a low-carbon society.

“Paris de l’Hydrogène” is an exhibition dedicated to renewable energy, running until 30 May 2021 at the Champ de Mars. It is organised by Energy Observer, with the support of the City of Paris. Air Liquide is participating in this event by supplying the 400 kg of renewable hydrogen needed to run the village for the duration of the event. This low carbon energy carrier was also used to light up the Eiffel Tower with renewable energy for a laser show that took place on May 25th.

A hydrogen pioneer, Air Liquide has supported Energy Observer since its inception. The Group recently announced the investment of approximately 8 billion euros in the low-carbon hydrogen supply chain by 2035.

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