Cummins to develop gigawatt electrolyser plant in Spain; unveils major hydrogen plans for the region

Plans for what is believed to be one of the world’s largest electrolyser plants for the production of green hydrogen have today (May 24) been unveiled by Cummins.

To be located in Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, the €50m PEM electrolyser plant will have an initial capacity of 500MW a year and will be scalable to more than 1GW a year. The facility is anticipated to open in 2023, creating 350 new jobs as production ramps up.

Cummins also announced its decision to partner with Iberdrola on large-scale hydrogen production projects in Spain and Portugal.

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