Plug Power announced plans to build a plant to produce 15 tons per day of liquid green hydrogen

11 June 2021

Plug Power Inc. announced plans to build a green hydrogen production plant in Camden County, Georgia, to serve customers across the southeastern United States.

The plant will produce 15 tons per day of liquid green hydrogen, using 100% renewable energy, and intended to fuel transportation applications, including material handling and fuel cell electric vehicle fleets.

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Plug Power is investing $84 million in the facility, which is expected to create at least 24 jobs in the local community starting in 2022, as a focal point for Plug Power’s green hydrogen network, and the broader U.S. hydrogen economy, Camden County, GA.

With proximity to Interstate 95 (I-95) the main north-south highway on the East Coast of the U.S., the location enables easy access to the region’s commercial and industrial centers, including Plug Power customers like Home Depot and Southern Company.

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The Camden County plant joins previously announced facilities in South Central Pennsylvania, and the Western New York Science Technology and Advanced Manufacturing (STAMP) Park, as key milestones toward Plug Power’s goal of producing over 500 tons of hydrogen per day by 2025.

Author: KS / Source: Plug Power / Photo: Unsplash