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Plug Power opening green manufacturing plant in Camden County, Georgia

Christian Fernsby |
Plug Power will invest $84 million in opening a green hydrogen fuel production plant in Camden County, Georgia.

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Topics: GEORGIA   

Plug Power has deployed more than 40,000 fuel cell systems for e-mobility, delivering efficiency gains, fast fueling, and lower operational costs to their customers, and delivers 40 tons per day of hydrogen fuel to those customers.

Plug Power’s vertically integrated GenKey solution ties together critical elements to power and fuel and provides services to customers including Amazon, BMW, Southern Company, The Home Depot, Group Carrefour, and Walmart. The company is continuing to expand to markets including zero-emission on-road vehicles, robotics, and data centers.

With close proximity to I-95 and strategically on the Eastern Seaboard, this new zero-emission fuel production plant will help the company better serve their industrial customers across the Southeastern U.S.

Located at the Camden County Industrial Park in Kingsland, the company’s hydrogen fuel production facility will create 24 jobs in Camden County. As soon as summer 2022, Plug Power will be hiring for careers in operations, engineering, maintenance, and logistics.


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