TITUSVILLE, Florida – GenH2, a leading developer of hydrogen infrastructure solutions and liquid hydrogen production, announced the purchase of an over 10-acre campus for its new global headquarters in Titusville, Florida. The property will undergo a $35 million renovation and build-out to accommodate GenH2’s needs as the hydrogen economy continues to grow exponentially.
The new campus will encompass an advanced research lab, light manufacturing center, educational and training classrooms for community engagement, an observation deck and outdoor walking trails, in addition to offices and conference rooms for employees. It will be home to more than 100 employees. The GenH2 campus will also include a hydrogen technology visitor center and gallery, which will be open to the public.
For Bateman, it was fitting that the company’s global headquarters be located just a few miles away from the Kennedy Space Center. Bateman, like many of his colleagues at GenH2, formerly worked for NASA before pursuing new endeavors.
Our foundation and history go back to this area where many of our employees had been contractors or employees at NASA,” said Bateman. “This is an ideal location for us, where we are confident that we can hire the work-force we need and where we are proud to have the support of the City of Titusville, Brevard County and the State of Florida.”
Source: Yahoo Finance.