Electric Hydrogen announces gigafactory in Devens, Massachusetts

Electric Hydrogen (EH), a manufacturer of advanced, industrial-scale electrolyzers, has announced the location of its first factory in Devens, Massachusetts. The factory will have an annual manufacturing capacity of 1.2 GW, with production of EH2’s 100 MW electrolyzers commencing in Q1 2024.

The company has leased a newly constructed 187,000 ft2 facility and is now hiring production team members.

“Our company has a single purpose: to make molecules to decarbonize our world,” said Dr. David Eaglesham, EH2’s CTO and co-founder. “Industrial sectors such as fertilizer and steel need new ways to reliably replace fossil resources at costs that work. The machines we will produce at our new factory in Devens will have a transformational impact by enabling ultra-low-cost green hydrogen at an industrial scale.”

“There are a lot of factory announcements in our industry, but not a lot of real capacity being built,” said Raffi Garabedian, CEO and co-founder. “We have a backlog of customer orders to fulfill and are moving quickly to build and ship the world’s most powerful electrolyzers.”

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