Plug Power’s Tennessee Liquid Hydrogen Plant Resumed
Plug Power has resumed operation of its liquid hydrogen plant in Tennessee and has implemented additional design improvements.
Located in Charleston, the plant will add a further 10 tonnes per day (TPD) of liquid hydrogen to the US market, with Plug Power now boasting around 25 TPD of capacity along with its Georgia plant.
The implemented design improvements will enhance the Charleston plant’s overall efficiency. Plug Power will also provide a cryogenic trailer fleet to deliver the liquid hydrogen to its customers across North America, mainly throughout the Midwest and East Coast.
It is said that the liquid hydrogen will be used in material handling operations, fuel cell electric fleets, and stationary power applications.
Plug Power is now working on building plants in New York and Texas, along with European plants in Finland and Belgium.