Cummins will supply a 35-megawatt proton exchange membrane electrolyzer system for Linde’s new hydrogen production plant in Niagara Falls, New York. Once commissioned, Cummins’ electrolyzer system will power Linde’s largest green hydrogen plant in the US, marking significant progress in moving the green hydrogen economy forward. Cummins is supplying Linde with a state-of-the-art electrolyzer system designed for easy on-site installation with the ability to scale up output as needed. At the plant, Cummins’ electrolyzers will be powered by hydropower, making the end product completely “green,” or carbon-free, hydrogen. An electrolyzer splits water into oxygen and hydrogen. This green hydrogen can be stored as a compressed gas or a liquid and used as an energy-dense, clean power source to help decarbonize a variety of hard-to abate sectors, such as heavy-duty transportation and industrial processes.