£80m hydrogen gigafactory set for UK

Johnson Matthey (JM) is building a £80m gigafactory at its existing site in Royston, UK, to scale up the manufacture of hydrogen fuel cell components. Earlier this year, JM announced a refreshed strategy, with an ambition to be the “market leader in performance components for fuel cells and electrolysers”, targeting more than £200m sales in hydrogen technologies by end of 2025. The gigafactory will initially be capable of manufacturing 3 GW of PEM fuel cell components annually for hydrogen vehicles, with support from the UK Government through the Automotive Transformation Fund (ATF).
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