BMW Using Hydrogen to Power Handling Equipment at Spartanburg, South Carolina, Facility
"BMW has taken another important step to affirm our global commitment to sustainability with a project such as this in Spartanburg," said Josef Kerscher, president of BMW Manufacturing. "There's a clear vision and determination to reach our goal of using renewable energy as much as possible throughout the plant site."
Linde North America and Plug Power partnered with BMW to bring the technology to the facility. Hydrogen will power more than 85 pieces of equipment, making it one of the country's largest hydrogen fuel-cell fleets. BMW expects to save approximately 1.8 million kilowatt hours of electricity consumed each year.
Carver Maritime Expands Processing & Distribution Complex in North Charleston, South Carolina
A Site Selector’s Checklist for Locating in the U.S.
Location USA 2019
Where to Invest in the Booming Aerospace Manufacturing Industry
2019 Auto/Aero Site Guide
What Should High-Growth Companies Look for in a Community?
Front Line: Trend Toward Microfactories Continues
A Changing Food Manufacturing Industry
2017 Food Processing
33rd Annual Corporate Survey & the 15th Annual Consultants Survey