A 380-MWDC solar array to be installed at a 33,000-kg/day liquified green hydrogen plant in Texas will use Philadelphia Solar panels, which will be produced out of Philadelphia Solar‘s new yet-to-be-announced American manufacturing facility.
Clean Energy Holdings is building the solar + green hydrogen project in Sylvester, Texas, that has the acreage to expand to 1 GW of solar capacity. The Clear Fork project will use Philadelphia Solar’s 540-W Phenex bifacial solar modules.
“Clean Energy Holdings and our Alliance partners are continuing to lead green hydrogen development in the United States, and we are proud to be returning high paying reliable jobs, manufacturing to our shores, and delivering long term energy security for the United States,” said Cornelius Fitzgerald, co-founder and President of CEH.
“We at Philadelphia Solar are delighted to be providing our high efficiency Made in America panels to Clean Energy Holdings for this landmark project, which demonstrates America’s resurgence as a global clean energy leader and a manufacturing powerhouse,” said Mohammad Shehadeh, Chief Operating Officer of Philadelphia Solar USA.
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Mike Criscione says
I am a bit confused here. You are talking about a solar facility that will produce green hydrogen gas presumably by electrolysis, but no mention of the process to produce liquid hydrogen.
Kelly Pickerel says
We aren’t experts on hydrogen production. Just reporting how CEH described the project. You can find more details about Clear Fork here: https://cleanenergyholdingsllc.com/projects/