EVoLOH begins outfitting ‘world’s largest’ electrolyzer manufacturing plant

EVoLOH, a cleantech company, has announced that it has leased an existing industrial facility in Lowell, Massachusetts, and has begun outfitting its Manufacturing Center of Excellence to produce EVoLOH’s anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolyzer stacks for producing green hydrogen.

The Lowell plant will house a single line of EVoLOH’s high-speed manufacturing process, with an annual capacity of up to 3.75 GW for electrolyzers. Limited manufacturing is set to commence in 2024, with full-scale manufacturing scheduled for 2025. EVoLOH is currently engaged in multiple negotiations for additional manufacturing plants worldwide. A second plant is planned to break ground in 2026, with an annual capacity of 15 GW for electrolyzer stacks.

Dr. Jimmy Rojas, Founder and CEO of EVoLOH, said: “It gives us great pleasure to partner with the Lowell community and the State of Massachusetts for our first manufacturing venture. This plant will provide well-paying manufacturing jobs and use only low-cost materials from American supply chains without precious metals or dangerous fluorinated polymers, as other electrolyzers use.  We are already reserving manufacturing capacity at Lowell and subsequent plants for our customers who expect to need hundreds of gigawatts of electrolysis capacity by the end of the decade.”

Scott Blanchet, COO of EVoLOH, added: “It is fitting that Lowell, the cradle of American industrialization, should be the location of a manufacturing renaissance for green energy technology. At Lowell, we will be able to manufacture three times the electrolysis power in one-fifth of the space that our competitors require and at a fraction of the cost. The proprietary design used in EVoLOH’s NautilusTM series stacks was created for high-speed manufacturing.”

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