National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) has launched the Green Hydrogen Consortium of Indian Industry (GHCII) in partnership with the Hydrogen Association of India (HAI). NSEFI chairman Pranav R Mehta and HAI president R.K. Malhotra signed this MoU in the presence of VK Saraswat, Member, Niti Ayog.
The MoU was signed during the National Roundtable on Challenges and Opportunities for Green Hydrogen in India, jointly organized by NSEFI and HAI.
Through this initiative, NSEFI, in partnership with HAI, will drive the industry response to promote indigenous manufacturing, advocate policy measures, and support pilot projects while facilitating industry-academia collaboration. The roundtable witnessed two-panel discussions with panelists encompassing the entire green hydrogen value chain.
NSEFI also signed an agreement of cooperation with the Green Hydrogen Organization based out of Switzerland for international collaboration on green hydrogen. Speaking on this occasion, NSEFI Chairman Pranav R Mehta said, “Green Hydrogen has a great potential for India, indeed a game-changer, and its applications should be inclusive and judiciously planned.”
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