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GenH2 new headquarters rendering Titusville FL

Liquid Hydrogen Producer Opts for Titusville as New Headquarters Site

GenH2, a leading developer of hydrogen infrastructure solutions and liquid hydrogen production, has acquired a 10-acre-plus campus for its new global headquarters in Titusville, FL.  

The property will undergo a $35-million renovation and build-out to accommodate GenH2’s needs as the hydrogen economy continues to grow exponentially. 

GenH2 founder and CEO Cody Bateman and his team chose Titusville and specifically northern Brevard County for their new headquarters following a collaborative partnership between Rocket City Commercial and the North Brevard Economic Development Zone. Phase I is expected to be completed in early 2022. 

The Titusville global headquarters will join GenH2 facilities in Texas, New Mexico, and other locations around the country where the company is building a footprint. 

“In order to meet market demands, we intend to be fully operational and producing our liquid hydrogen and filling stations by 2023,” said Bateman. 


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