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© Cummins

Cummins to build 500MW electrolyser plant in Minnesota, US

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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