Plug Power partners with Washington State University

Plug Power Inc. has announced its latest partnership with Washington State University’s Hydrogen Properties for Energy Research Labs to develop another innovation to enable the use of hydrogen as a fuel in on-road mobility fuel cell applications.

The partnership will see Plug Power and Washington State University develop cryogenic hydrogen cooling technology with a main focus on efficient storage and transfer.

“In the near future, demand from the fast-growing fuel cell vehicle market will outpace the current hydrogen fuel supply because of issues related to transportation, infrastructure, and storage,” said Andy Marsh, Plug Power CEO.

“That’s why Plug Power is taking the necessary action to develop the technology that will address these future issues now.”

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