Plug Power raises $1bn to accelerate hydrogen network plans

Plug Power has raised approximately $1bn of new capital to execute and accelerate its green hydrogen strategy and pursue other strategic growth initiatives.

One of the largest bought equity deal transactions in the broader clean-tech sector, the capital raising comes not long after Plug Power announced plans to build five regional green hydrogen facilities in the US.

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The first two green hydrogen plants are expected to be operational in 2022, with the others expected to be onstream by 2024, with a total capacity of 100TPD. The major milestone would mark the country’s first nationwide green hydrogen network.

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