Another Plug green hydrogen plant enters construction in Georgia
Plug Power hydrogen delivery truck. Source: Plug Power Inc.
US hydrogen technology major Plug Power Inc (NASDAQ:PLUG) is seeing another green hydrogen project enter the construction phase in Kingsland, Georgia.
S&B Engineers and Constructors, which serves as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for this project, said on Wednesday that it initiated building works. The same company previously carried out engineering work for Plug’s Pathfinder hydrogen test facility that is co-located on the site.
The plant in Kingsland will use Plug’s electrolysers to produce 15 tonnes of hydrogen per day, to be liquefied, stored and loaded for transport. The project is expected to create over 200 construction jobs.
According to Sanjay Shrestha, Plug’s General Manager, Energy Solutions & Chief Strategy Officer, the company has selected S&B as its partner to develop North America’s green hydrogen supply network.
Last year, Plug Power also built a USD-84-million (EUR 86.3m) green hydrogen plant in Camden County, Georgia.