S&B Engineers and Constructors (S&B) has started building the Plug Power’s Peachtree hydrogen facility in Kingsland, Georgia, US.

The facility will produce green hydrogen using Plug’s electrolysis technology.

This green hydrogen will be liquefied, stored, and then loaded for transport.

The facility will be able to produce 15 tonnes of liquefied hydrogen each day.

S&B is offering engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the Peachtree site.

Previously, S&B undertook engineering work for Plug’s Pathfinder hydrogen test facility, which is also located on the same site.

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S&B energy transition, power and industrial business president Ray Sherman said: “S&B is proud to work with Plug to design and build renewable energy solutions that support the growing hydrogen economy.

“These projects position S&B and its client at the forefront of hydrogen solutions as our world moves toward a lower-carbon future.”

The construction phase of the Peachtree hydrogen project is anticipated to create more than 200 jobs.

Plug general manager, energy solutions & chief strategy officer Sanjay Shrestha said: “The Peachtree project is an important step to meeting increasing demand for green hydrogen solutions.

“We selected S&B as our partner to develop North America’s green hydrogen supply network based on its reputation, expertise and ability to deliver. We look forward to the successful completion of this project.”
Image: Plug Power’s Peachtree hydrogen project located in Kingsland, Georgia. Credit: Business Wire/ S&B Engineers and Constructors.