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Plug receives industry certification for its high-powered stationary system

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Plug Power Inc. has secured industry certification for its one MW high-powered stationary system. Plug achieved certification of its high-powered stationary system to the American National Standards Institute/CSA Group’s FC 1-2021 standard covering the safe operation, performance, and construction of stationary fuel cell power systems.

Plug’s stationary systems provide a zero-emission solution, reliable power where and when needed. Whether for backup, intermittent, or continuous power, these systems provide energy resiliency and independence so business operations can continue to run seamlessly.

Supported by this industry-leading third-party certification, customers ranging from hyperscale data centers and fleet EV (electric vehicle) charging stations in grid-constrained areas to microgrid applications powering local grids during PSPS (public safety power shutoff) events can now fast track implementation of Plug’s high-powered stationary system.

“We are pleased to have achieved this important certification and look forward to supporting the decarbonisation goals of power producers,” noted Plug CEO, Andy Marsh. “This certification marks another key milestone in the build-out of our stationary power solutions, expected to drive significant demand for our green hydrogen.”

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