Plastic Omnium aims to develop the ‘largest’ hydrogen storage manufacturing plant in the US

Plastic Omnium has announced plans to build the ‘largest’ North American hydrogen storage manufacturing plant in Michigan, US.

Supported by $7.4m from the Michigan Economic Development Cooperation (MEDC), the company will design, develop and produce high-pressure hydrogen storage systems to serve medium and heavy-duty zero-emission mobility.

Expected to have an annual production capacity of up to 100,000 high-pressure hydrogen vessels, the plant will be commissioned at the end of 2026, aiming to be 100% carbon neutral.

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