Phillips 66 and Plug Power have entered into a MOU under which both the companies will work towards scaling low-carbon hydrogen in the industrial and mobility sectors and developing hydrogen-related infrastructure. The company is currently establishing green hydrogen production facilities in the USA in order to supply 500 tons per day of liquid green hydrogen by 2025.
PROCESS Worldwide brings to you the ‘Top 10 plant engineering projects of September 2021’ from all over the world. Right from building the world’s largest epichlorohydrin unit to investing 360 million dollars for establishing an API manufacturing unit, find out all the projects making headlines here.
Plug Power has plans to build a mega green hydrogen production facility in Fresno County, USA. On completion, the unit is expected to produce 30 metric tons of liquid green hydrogen per day. The move will help to decarbonize light-duty vehicles, freight-transportation, and logistics operations.
PROCESS Worldwide brings to you the ‘Top 10 plant engineering projects of August 2021’ from all over the world. Right from building a world scale petrochemical complex in Indonesia to converting a refinery services facility into the first carbon-neutral (blue) hydrogen production facility in the USA, find out all the projects making headlines here.
Plug Power breaks ground for a new green hydrogen production facility in Georgia, USA which is expected to produce 15 tons of liquid green hydrogen daily. With this move, the company intends to continue its aim of establishing the first North American green hydrogen supply network.