A new €125 million project to accommodate renewable energy in the grid

SMART ENERGY INTERNATIONAL | Air Liquede has invested €125 million ($145.2 million) to build the first world-scale air separation unit (ASU) for oxygen production with an energy storage system that helps facilitate more renewable energy on the electricity grid due to its grid stabilizing capability.


This highly efficient plant, with circa 10% less electricity consumption, will have a production capacity of 2,200 tons of oxygen per day and will be built in Port of Moerdijk in the Netherlands.


This project illustrates Air Liquide’s strategy to grow in strategic industrial basins, and the Group’s ability to design and implement innovative solutions contributing to the energy transition, in line with its Climate Objectives.


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