Plug Power: Stepping up during a global pandemic

“I can remember walking through the factory we had in New York and thinking to myself, how in the world am I going to fill this.”

Those are the words spoken by Andy Marsh, CEO of Plug Power, when he sat down with H2 View to discuss Plug Power’s journey, the company’s great successes and its recent acquisitions.

When Marsh first stepped foot through the factory doors twelve years ago, never did he imagine he would now be running a company that has delivered over 32,000 fuel cell units in an array of New York-based facilities for the likes of Walmart and Amazon.

A Nasdaq listed company, Plug Power was originally focused on the material handling market, providing fuel cells for forklift vehicles, building hydrogen fueling stations to support those vehicles and providing the aftermarket service.

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