GH2 Solar, a unit of Noida-based Uneecops Technologies, is working with a research organization on a green hydrogen pilot project for stationary and transport applications. The project will include the production, storage, distribution and dispensation of hydrogen, with a fuel-dispensation target of 700 bar.
“The project will use PEM electrolyzer and produce 10 normal cubic meters of green hydrogen per hour. A 50 kW electrolyzer will be installed,” Anchal Tyagi, Uneecops Solar’s green hydrogen chief, told pv magazine. “It will be powered by a solar plant that will be co-located with the green hydrogen plant.
Umagine is the technical consultant for the project. Anchal Tyagi said the objective of the project is to gain a practical understanding of green hydrogen plant operation.
“We are expecting to get the know-how and see what are the challenges to execution, both process wise and cost wise,” she said.
GH2 Solar will install both the green-hydroegn plant and the solar plant.
Uneecops Technologies has installed around 30 MW of renewable energy projects. It has moved into green hydrogen production under the GH2 Solar name.
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