Cummins will expand PEM electrolyzer manufacturing capacity at its Oevel, Belgium, factory to 1 gigawatt with the support from the Important Project of Common European Interest Hy2Tech program. IPCEI, recently approved by the European Commission, with funding granted by Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship Agency VLAIO will help Cummins develop a new generation of PEM electrolyzer cell stacks to power large-scale hydrogen production systems. By scaling manufacturing capacity, Cummins will continue to drive the green hydrogen economy in Europe and globally, able to support new infrastructure projects and advance government decarbonization goals. The expansion in Belgium adds to Cummins’ already scaling global electrolyzer manufacturing footprint. The company has added capacity at its Mississauga, Canada, facility and is building two new electrolyzer factories in Spain and China, each starting at 500MW of manufacturing capacity and scalable to 1GW.