S&B Completes Electrolytic Hydrogen Plant for Plug Power

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The hydrogen production facility was built for Plug Power in Woodbine, GA, using proton membrane exchange technology to produce 15 metric tons of hydrogen daily.

S&B has completed the construction of an electrolytic liquid hydrogen production facility in Woodbine, GA for Plug Power. The company filled its first tanker of liquid green hydrogen in February 2024, marking the start of the facility’s supply capabilities and representing a milestone for Plug Power’s green hydrogen production. Previously, S&B had completed engineering work for Plug Power’s hydrogen test facility in Woodbine.


The Woodbine facility features a large-scale deployment of proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers with the capacity to produce 15 metric tons of liquefied hydrogen per day. It will serve customers such as Walmart, Amazon, and Home Depot for material handling operations, fuel cell electric vehicle fleets, and stationary power applications. S&B conducted the engineering, procurement, and construction for the hydrogen project that began in 2022.

“This achievement underscores S&B’s capability to deliver sustainable energy solutions and stands as a significant contribution to the nation’s growing green hydrogen infrastructure,” said John Parker, S&B’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “It also showcases S&B’s ability to transform a concept into a successful operation while upholding our commitment to safety and quality.”