Bosch expands Anderson facility with $200m fuel cell stacks investment

Bosch is to invest $200m producing fuel cell stacks at its expanding Anderson facility in South Carolina.

The investment will create at least 350 jobs by the start of production in 2026. The fuel cell stacks produced will drive hydrogen-powered trucks coming to the roads of the US in the next few years.

Mike Mansuetti, president of Bosch in North America, said, “The hydrogen economy holds great promise and at Bosch we are all in. This is a significant milestone as we announce the first fuel-cell related production for Bosch in the U.S. to support the growing demand from our local customers as part of a diverse approach to powertrain technology.”

The development of the new production process in Anderson was supported locally with assistance from the state of South Carolina as well as Anderson County.

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