Cummins Inc. using hydrogen technology to enable renewable energy for public utilities in Washington with the largest PEM electrolyzer in the United States
Global technology and power solutions leader Cummins Inc. will provide its 5-megawatt proton exchange membrane electrolyzer to enable renewable energy for the Douglas County Public Utility District in Washington State. The Cummins electrolyzer will be dedicated to producing hydrogen from renewable energy and will be the largest, as well as first of its kind in use by a public utility, in the United States. Expected to be operational in 2021, the new renewable hydrogen facility allows Douglas County PUD to manufacture commercial hydrogen using electrolysis to harvest hydrogen from water. Read more here and get the latest news on the project here.