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Plug receives $1.66B conditional commitment loan guarantee from DOE for green hydrogen development pipeline

Plug Power received a conditional commitment for an up to $1.66 billion loan guarantee from the Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office (LPO) to finance the development, construction, and ownership of up to six green hydrogen production facilities.

The production facilities, which will be selected for financing in accordance with procedures to be set forth in definitive documentation with DOE, will be built across the nation and supply major companies, including Plug’s existing customers, with low-carbon, made-in-America green hydrogen.

The hydrogen generated will be used in applications in the material handling, transportation, and industrial sectors.

​Plug currently operates the largest proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer system in the United States at its Woodbine, Ga., hydrogen plant. Plug’s current green hydrogen generation network now has a liquid hydrogen production capacity of approximately 25 tons per day.

Plug’s green hydrogen production plants utilize the company’s own electrolyzer stacks manufactured at its gigafactory in Rochester, NY, and Plug’s liquefaction and hydrogen storage systems engineered at its facility in Houston.


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