India has taken another step in the direction of making the nation green by adopting Green Hydrogen as a new juice for the vehicle mobility sector.
India has also declared its intention of producing five million tonnes of green hydrogen by 2030.
The company believes to achieve its target of net zero emission by 2035 it will also be investing over $10 billion for the setting up of the comprehensive ecosystem for new energy and new material in India.
GAIL is planning to build India’s largest green hydrogen plant by the end of 2023 in the Guna region of Madhya Pradesh.
NTPC is the center-owned electricity generation unit of late they have decided to spread their operation to some green avenues as well by producing green hydrogen.
They have decided to set up their refineries in Mathura and Panipat. By 2025, they are targeting to achieve 5GW of renewable electricity generation.
L&T has decided to set up its green hydrogen plant in the Hazira district of Gujarat. There they plan to produce 45 kg of green hydrogen on a daily basis.
They have decided to spend over $50 billion in the coming decade to supplement their green hydrogen capacity.
JSW steel has announced spending Rs. 10,000 crores in their renewable energy sector. JSW Energy a child company of JSW steel has partnered with an Australian company for working on the potential project.
To achieve the green hydrogen capacity, Jindal Stainless has partnered with Hygenco India Private Ltd. They hope to bring down the carbon emission by 2,700 MT per annum.
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited with M/s Greenko ZeroC Private Limited (Greenko) to collaborate together and explore the green opportunities of making green hydrogen, green ammonia, and other derivatives of green hydrogen.
BPCL wishes to set up a 5 MW electrolyzer in Ahemdabad and Aurangabad for the production of green hydrogen following a phased installation method.