Plug Power has today (June 10) unveiled plans for a 15 tonnes per day liquid green hydrogen production plant in Camden County, Georgia.
Having just unveiled details for the development, Plug Power said it will invest $84m in the facility, which is expected to create at least 24 local jobs starting in 2022.
Once operational, the plant will produce liquid green hydrogen using 100% renewable energy. Hydrogen produced at the site will be used for transportation applications.
Commenting on the announcement, Andy Marsh, CEO of Plug Power, said, “With this hydrogen production plant, we are expanding our green hydrogen network to provide zero emissions fuel to customer in George and across the Southeast.
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