Air Liquide has officially opened its largest liquid hydrogen production and logistics infrastructure facility in North Las Vegas in Nevada in US. The facility aims to supply the growing needs for hydrogen mobility, but will also allow providing hydrogen to a wide array of industries while the mobility market continues to mature. The North Las Vegas facility will produce 30 tonnes of liquid hydrogen per day which will be utilized by various customers, notably by those in the growing clean mobility market on the West Coast, especially California.The facility will be powered by fully renewable electricity. The facility can also use renewable natural gas to meet the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard when supplying the California mobility market. In this context, the facility can provide enough renewable hydrogen for over 40,000 fuel cell vehicles in California. This will significantly improve the hydrogen supply for mobility, a critical enabler for market growth. While the clean mobility market continues to mature, the plant configuration will also allow for the sale of hydrogen to a wide array of sectors with a range of renewable and low-carbon options for customers.The facility and the associated logistics infrastructure mark a USD 250 million investment by Air Liquide in the United States hydrogen market and will position Nevada as a leader in hydrogen energy production. With this facility, Air Liquide also developed the infrastructure necessary to attract other companies to move into the area, creating additional jobs and new revenue for the city of North Las Vegas and the state of Nevada.