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In the last several weeks, there have been a number of major business announcements by Plug Power and our partners. The hard work we and the industry have done over the last 20+ years is becoming very real. And at the center of all of this possibility, potential and performance is a very small component ...Read More »
Welcome to the latest installment of our new series within The Lobby Shop: Clean Energy Transition. Part 5 of this series covers the latest in hydrogen energy technology, including the current and potential applications of hydrogen power, storage options, how the US can effectively fund and implement this technology, and much more. Scott Segal, co-head ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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! #InfiniteDriveRead More »
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 ...Read More »