Monthly Archives:March 2018

Benefits of Greenfield Sites in an ITC World

Plug Power customers come in many flavors – some large, some small; some retrofitting existing material handling fleets, and some building from the ground up. We call these new sites ”greenfields”. And, every day, our customers show us that making the switch to fuel cells from the start can save… Read more »

Plug Power’s GenDrive Shown at Tokyo FC EXPO

Important example of Commercially-Viable FCEV from leading provider Today, the global transportation market is saturated with gasoline and diesel vehicles, accounting for 96% of total fuel consumption and 21% of global carbon emissions. But, fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs)– and the hydrogen fueling infrastructures that support this application – are… Read more »

Working Toward a Zero-Emission Future:Plug Power Model-Company for Getting it Done

Earlier in the month, Plug Power hosted a group from Capital District Clean Communities (CDCC) at our Latham, NY headquarters.  The CDCC is a U.S. Department of Energy-funded Clean Cities program focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transportation.  Stakeholders encompass a range of backgrounds and organizations, including state agencies,… Read more »

Fuel Cell-Powered AGVs – Hydrogen-Powered Robots Increasing Efficiency in Manufacturing

Plug Power is squarely focused on customer productivity – and providing the power to move businesses into the future with cost-effective hydrogen and fuel cell power solutions that increase productivity, lower operating costs and reduce carbon footprints. Material handling fleets operate knowing that efficient material flow is essential to achieving… Read more »