For the creation and assembling of its ground-breaking anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolyzer stacks for creating green hydrogen, EvolOH will construct a manufacturing facility in Massachusetts.
The NautilusTM series stacks from EvolOH feature a proprietary compact cell-stacking and high power-density architecture that was developed for high-speed manufacture using low-cost materials that just require domestic supply chains and no precious metals.
EvolOH’s electrolyzers offer the lowest initial and ongoing costs for producing green hydrogen when used with clean water. EvolOH’s stacks are made for large-scale power-to-hydrogen plants and have power ratings of up to 5 MW (2 tonnes per day) for a single stack and 50 MW (20 tonnes per day) for a single containerized module.
The Massachusetts facility, which will be known as EvolOH’s Manufacturing Center of Excellence, will house staff and facilities for product development along with a single line of the company’s high-speed production system. When fully operational, this plant will be the biggest in the world, able to support up to 3.75 GW of electrolyzer stacks annually.
Construction on the facility will start later this year, and manufacturing will start in 2025. The second manufacturing facility for EvolOH, which is scheduled to open in 2026, will have the ability to produce electrolyzer stacks at a rate of up to 15 GW annually.