Construction is well underway on Cummins’ new fuel cell systems production facility in Herten, Germany.
Due to open in July 2021, the new facility will initially focus on the assembly of fuel cell systems, with plans to expand in the future to support fuel cell stack refurbishment.
It will have a capacity of 10MW per year with space for research and development.
Amy Davis, President of New Power at Cummins, said the facility will “better position us to provide critical support to customers in Europe and strategically strengthen our position to be a leader in tomorrow’s hydrogen economy”.
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