According to a recent press release, Plug Power has recently signed deals with Ardagh Glass Limmared AB, Hydro Havrand, and the APEX Group for three five-megawatt electrolyzer projects.
Plug Power highlights that these deals mark the first time that industrial-scale green hydrogen will be used for glass manufacturing, aluminum recycling and steel manufacturing. Each of Plug’s new deals are with companies operating in Europe.
Andy Marsh, CEO of Plug Power, said the following about the deals:
“Plug is breaking new ground with this series of industry firsts that validate our vision to scale the green hydrogen economy […] We were bold enough to design and build the industry’s first 5MW electrolyzer module, and customers are now clambering for its holistic, compact, easy-to-install features.”
PLUG Stock Movement on Monday
Following news of this deal, shares of PLUG stock are seeing a decent amount of trading today as investors buy shares. This has roughly 10 million shares changing hands as of this writing. To put that in perspective, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 20 million shares.
PLUG stock is up 6.6% as of Monday morning but still down 32.4% since the start of the year.
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