AMFUEL is looking for key positions in engineering, supply, and human resources. The jobs will also come with health benefits and the potential for bonuses.
"The vast majority of the jobs will be hourly jobs which actually build the fuel cell," said Mike Viscosi, President of AMFUEL. "So we're going to start out small, in fact the first work that we're going to start up here I'm anticipating we'll probably need 20 people in total."
The company is expected to move in this Fall, and begin operation in January 2016.
Officials with AMFUELS investment group said they are already in talks with three or four other businesses that may look to move to Wichita Falls to work along side the company.