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Air Liquide celebrates 60 years of its Campus Technologies Grenoble dedicated to deep tech and energy transition

  • Air Liquide

Founded in 1962, the Campus Technologies Grenoble contributes to imagining and manufacturing innovative high-tech solutions for the fast-growing markets of deep tech and energy transition. With an open innovation approach, Campus Technologies Grenoble is a place for exchanges with local and international ecosystems.

As an expert in extreme cryogenics, Campus Technologies Grenoble serves customers worldwide, particularly in the fields of industry, aerospace, scientific research, and new energies such as hydrogen and biomethane. It meets the needs and challenges of the Group's customers today but also tomorrow, thanks to solutions developed around hydrogen as an energy carrier for trucks or aircraft, space exploration from a lunar base, extreme cryogenics to accompany the development of the quantum computer, biogas solutions for mobility and industry.

In 2019, the Campus began the renovation and expansion of its buildings to accommodate a growing number of employees (1,400 people today). Eventually, 14,000 m2 of buildings will be dedicated to tertiary activities and 20,000 m2 to production workshops. The aim is to create a modern workplace, open to its ecosystems and adapted to new ways of working, in order to better respond to societal challenges and customer expectations.

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