Plug announces record production of PEM electrolyzer stacks

Plug Power Inc. (PLUG), a leading provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy, manufactured 122MW of Plug’s 1MW electrolyzer stack platform in Q1 2023, an all-time high for the Company and the industry for PEM electrolyzers.

Additionally, Plug shipped nearly 1,000 stacks for specialty applications, ranging from a few hundred watts to 150kW, totaling 5.7MW. Plug is on track to ramp its 2.5GW gigafactory in Rochester, NY to 100MW per month in mid-Q2 2023, with plans to further increase output in Q3 2023.

“Plug is aggressively pursuing every aspect of the green hydrogen economy, including the expansion of the hydrogen ecosystem and the establishment of top-tier manufacturing and supply chain capabilities,” said Andy Marsh. “Plug’s large-scale manufacturing capabilities at our state-of-the-art facilities in Rochester and Albany are unrivaled and have helped us to meet the increasing demand for electrolyzers.”

Electrolyzers are integral to Plug’s green hydrogen ecosystem. Plug’s PEM stacks enable electrolysis of water using renewable electricity to split water into green hydrogen and oxygen. Plug offers an easy-to-deploy containerized electrolyzer solution, with short lead times to enable decarbonization across multiple applications including hard-to-abate industries.

Plug electrolyzers are being deployed globally with companies such as New Fortress Energy, Uniper and Irving Oil. Additionally, Plug electrolyzers have been installed at the Company’s green hydrogen plant in Georgia, and will be deployed at plants under development in New York, Tennessee, Texas, California, and Belgium.

By 2025, Plug expects to produce 500 tons per day of liquid green hydrogen in the US, equivalent to 4.3 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. By 2028, Plug expects to produce 1,000 tons per day of liquid green hydrogen.

Engr. Haseeb Ullah

Haseeb covers the global energy market for both conventional and modern energy resources. His expertise is on the global energy supply chain from generation to distribution and end-users. He has a Master degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
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