Hyperion’s new West Side factory could herald boom times for the hydrogen fuel cell industry both in Ohio and globally.
Hyperion is known best for its hydrogen-powered fuel cell car, the XP-1. But Hyperion also will be building stationary fuel cells in Columbus, used for zero-emission power, heated buildings and other non-moving applications as well.
“After production ramp-up, we do expect to transition to sustainable manufacturing using green hydrogen,”says Hyperion CEO Angelo Kafantaris.
That means zero carbon-emissions power to an entire manufacturing facility.
Hyperion has the power to jumpstart even more green hydrogen activity in Ohio, which has a good foothold in the space already, with Power to Hydrogen and PhMatter in Worthington and giant Plug Power making investments in the state.
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