Cummins has today (October 10) announced it is set to begin 500MW of electrolyser production in the US, with plans to establish a manufacturing plant in Fridley, Minnesota.
The planned 89,000 sq. ft. plant is initially expected to produce the company’s HyLYZER®-500 and HyLYZER®-500 PEM electrolysers, offering a range of products that can accommodate power needs from 1.25MW to 200MW.
H2 View understands, the plant is set to be designed to facilitate a scale up to 1GW of annual production capacity, allowing for a wider range of projects to be produced.
“Expanding Cummins’ electrolyser manufacturing footprint to the US is a milestone not only for our company but an important step in advancing global decarbonisation efforts,” said Alexey Ustinov, Vice President of Electrolysers at Cummins. “This is a reflection of increasing government support through the Inflation Reduction Act, Hydrogen Hubs and a blossoming hydrogen economy in the states.”
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