Plug Power restarts production of LH2 at its Tennessee plant

Plug Power has restarted operations at its hydrogen plant in Charleston, Tennessee, adding approximately ten tons per day (TPD) of liquid hydrogen (LH2) supply back to the U.S. market. This supply is to be delivered to customers throughout North America. Additionally, Plug has implemented design improvements to enhance the overall efficiency of the plant.

This adds to Plug’s supply of liquid hydrogen currently being delivered to customers for use in material handling operations, fuel cell electric vehicle fleets, and stationary power applications.

“With the Tennessee plant coming back online, we have taken another step towards building a vertically integrated hydrogen network in North America,” said Andy Marsh, Plug Power CEO. “In addition, we expect to have our joint venture plant in Louisiana to come online in the third quarter of 2024, adding another 15 TPD of liquid hydrogen capacity to the market.”

“This liquid hydrogen production out of Georgia and Tennessee is expected to bring down the average cost of delivered hydrogen, positively impacting Plug’s fuel margins in line with our strategy,” added Sanjay Shrestha, General Manager, Energy Solutions & Chief Strategy Officer at Plug.

Plug began production of liquid green hydrogen at its Georgia plant on 23 January 2024. At 15 TPD, this is the largest liquid green hydrogen plant in the U.S. market, and largest PEM electrolyzer deployment operating in the U.S. The company is doing substantial work on building plants in New York and Texas, as well as Europe, with plants underway in Finland and Belgium.

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