Plug Power has recently secured a significant contract to supply hydrogen infrastructure and fuel cell solutions to a major U.S. automobile manufacturer.
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Plug Power has introduced a portable liquid hydrogen refuelers. Designed to revolutionize fleet refueling for medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, these portable stations are poised to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell technology across various sectors.
Plug Power has achieved a significant milestone by completing the first fill of a Plug tanker with liquid green hydrogen at its Woodbine, Georgia production plant.
Plug Power has just flipped the switch on its monumental Woodbine, Georgia plant – the largest liquid green hydrogen facility in the U.S.
Plug Power has installed and commissioned a one-megawatt proton exchange membrane electrolyzer system at an Amazon fulfillment center in Aurora, Colorado.
The CEO of Plug Power, Andy Marsh, has raised apprehensions about the recently unveiled U.S. regulations that outline the qualification criteria for hydrogen projects to receive significant tax credits.
In a recent turn of events, Plug Power witnessed a 5.6% dip in Wednesday’s trading following Morgan Stanley’s decision to downgrade its rating to Underweight from Equal Weight.
South Korea is taking a giant leap towards its green hydrogen ambitions with the recent memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed by SK E&S, Plug Power, K-water, and SK Plug Hyverse. The strategic partnership, inked on November 3, is set to not only expand the distribution of green hydrogen but also invigorate the entire industry.
Plug Power and Fortescue have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to evaluate the potential supply of a range of capital equipment for green hydrogen production projects in North America and Australia.
Plug Power Inc., a pioneering force in the green energy sector, is set to redefine the hydrogen landscape with a series of groundbreaking initiatives. The company is actively engaged in the development of three green hydrogen production plants in Finland, representing some of the most substantial green hydrogen investments in Europe. These plants are poised to produce a remarkable 850 tons of green hydrogen per day by the year 2025.