Hexagon Purus opens hydrogen storage systems facility in Kelowna

Hexagon Purus has opened an engineering and manufacturing facility for battery and hydrogen storage systems in Kelowna, Canada.

The 60,000 sq ft facility will support the annual production of more than 1,000 battery systems for heavy duty vehicle applications and will employ up to 150 engineers and assembly technicians.

It marks the company’s second manufacturing site opening this year, complementing its hydrogen cylinder production facility in Westminster, Maryland, in January.

Todd Sloan, EVP at Hexagon Purus, said, “We are currently providing battery and fuel cell electric systems for several heavy-duty trucking OEMs. This site will serve a dual role, not only as a highly automated battery pack production site but also a technical center of excellence for everything zero emission focused.”

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