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Plug Power finds ideal location for leading green hydrogen investment at STAMP
Like the cascading waters going over Niagara Falls 30 miles away, construction of North America’s largest green hydrogen project is continuing progress at the Western New York Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP).
Plug Power’s Project Gateway will produce 45 metric tons per day of green hydrogen through the abundant green energy and water available at STAMP.
Through the delivery of the New York Power Authority’s reliable, high capacity, low-cost hydropower enables Plug Power’s commitment to convert carbon-intensive industries to a renewably sourced fuel.
“Plug Power's future rightfully revolves around building the green hydrogen economy,” Andy Marsh, Plug Power CEO said in announcing the project in 2021. “We are grateful that our home state of New York is helping lead the way on climate and clean energy initiatives. And, that Plug Power’s green hydrogen solutions can make such a positive impact on the environmental and economic climates in the state.”
Investments underway at STAMP to support renewables manufacturing
345 KV to 115 KV campus substation
Electric and water line extensions