Cummins to scale its Belgian electrolyser plant capacity to 1GW

Cummins has today (September 8) announced it is set to boost its PEM electrolyser manufacturing capacity at its factory in Oevel, Belgium to 1GW, with support from the Important Project for Common European Interest (IPCEI) Hy2Tech programme.

By scaling its manufacturing capacity, the company hopes to drive the emerging green hydrogen economy in Europe and globally, by being able to provide new infrastructure projects and advance government decarbonisation goals.

Having recently been approved by the European Commission, backing from IPCEI, with funding from the Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship Agency (VLAIO), is anticipated to help Cummins develop a new generation of its PEM stacks to power large-scale hydrogen production systems.

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