Cummins plans 500 MW PEM facility to support hydrogen projects

By Renewable Energy World Engine maker Cummins said it would begin producing electrolyzers at a factory in Minnesota, starting at 500 MW of capacity annually, scalable to 1 GW at a future date.

The company said it plans to dedicate 89,000 sq. ft. of its existing facility in a suburb of Minneapolis to electrolyzer production. Initially, the facility will manufacture its HyLYZER-500 and HyLYZER-5000 proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers, with the potential to manufacture other electrolyzer products. The company said these products can accommodate power needs from 1.25 MW to more than 200 MW for both small- and large-scale hydrogen generation projects.

An electrolyzer separates water

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