Posted: February 17, 2021

Plug Power Leading the way in Technical Training

With pandemic travel restrictions in place and an ever-changing environment, Plug Power needed a way to conduct technical field staff training to support its growing customer base.Under the guidance of the training team, Plug Power was quickly able to shift its training paradigm by investing in “smart glasses,” made by Rochester, NY company Vuzix. The ...

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Posted: February 9, 2021

With its New Dallas Distribution Center, Home Depot Builds a Best-in-Class Sustainable Delivery Network Powered by Hydrogen

In today’s dynamic marketplace, retailers are increasingly recognizing the value of resilient, sustainable supply chains. Home Depot, one of the largest North American home improvement retailers, is leveraging hydrogen’s unique value and environmental proposition to establish an industry-leading distribution strategy. As part of its $1.2 billion investment in its North American delivery network, the company ...

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Posted: February 9, 2021

PowerSpot: Aaron Currado

This is PowerSpot, Plug Power’s monthly blog series where we highlight the Plug Power employees who inspire us and, we hope, will inspire you, too. Today, we’re hearing from Aaron Currado, Plug Power’s Global Supplier Quality Manager. Thank you, Aaron, for being such an important part of the Plug Power team! #InfiniteDrive

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Posted: January 22, 2021

Hydrogen is the New Diesel

As hydrogen technology begins to make inroads on an increasing number of electric vehicle and stationary power markets, the question is being asked, “Is hydrogen the new diesel?” Let’s take a look at this from a few different angles and see if we can better understand the question and come to an answer. How is ...

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Posted: January 18, 2021

Plug Power CEO and CSO Participate in the 4th annual Hydrogen Council Virtual CEO Event – January 18-19, 2021

There are dynamic developments underway in the hydrogen sector. Plug Power’s CEO, Andy Marsh, and CSO, Sanjay Shrestha will join the virtual Hydrogen Council CEO Event for a two day discussion of the key challenges and opportunities for the industry ahead.  Launched by thirteen founding members in 2017, the Hydrogen Council now counts 109 companies ...

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Posted: January 8, 2021

Plug Power and SK Group Partnership

On January 6, 2021, Plug Power announced a $1.5 billion investment from SK Group and the intention to form a joint venture in South Korea. We followed up this announcement with a conversation with Jim Cramer on Mad Money January 7th. We have received many questions regarding this exciting announcement and what it means for ...

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Posted: December 21, 2020

How the Plug Power Team is Getting into the Holiday Spirit

The holiday season is traditionally a time to reflect, give thanks, and give back. At Plug Power, we always observe the holidays by showing our team members gratitude and spreading cheer around the community. After all, the Plug team and our families have kept the company innovating and growing for over 20 years. As we ...

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Posted: December 9, 2020

PowerSpot: Katlyn Conaway

This is PowerSpot, Plug Power’s monthly blog series where we highlight the Plug Power employees who inspire us and, we hope, will inspire you, too. Today, we’re hearing from Katlyn Conaway, Plug Power’s MEA Material Development Manager. Thank you, Katlyn, for sharing your talents with Plug Power! #InfiniteDrive

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Posted: November 12, 2020

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Me: Chris Tully

IN THIS SERIES, WE SHOWCASE THE PLUG POWER LEADERSHIP TEAM AND REVEAL SOME OF THE UNIQUE PASSIONS AND TALENTS THAT FILL UP THEIR LIVES.  Chris Tully joined Plug Power in 2014 as Vice President of Sales, and today is responsible for the North American Material Handling market. He has nearly thirty years of sales and ...

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Posted: November 2, 2020

Plug Gigafactory on Schedule for First Operation

Plug Power remains on track for its PEM Stack and Electrolyzer Gigafactory. We are in continuing negotiations with two state governments to finalize the location for the facility.  Equipment for the factory has been ordered and the schedule for first operations remains unchanged.

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