Ohmium, Shell to jointly explore green hydrogen projects


USA-based electrolyzer specialist Ohmium International has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with integrated energy company Shell India to evaluate green hydrogen applications, markets, and project opportunities in India and globally.

As part of the collaboration, both parties will jointly assess opportunities from the technical, commercial, and safety perspectives.  

Ohmium International, through its subsidiary in India, manufactures modular interlocking PEM electrolyzers for hydrogen production. The company aims to make India a nucleus for global hydrogen-based green energy solutions with R&D centers in Silicon Valley (USA) and Bengaluru (India).

Ohmium will work with Shell to explore green hydrogen applications enabled by its electrolyzers. 

Shell aims to become a net-zero carbon business by 2050, with a target to reduce absolute emissions by 50% by 2030. It is looking at developing the most competitive solutions in the production, storage, transport, and delivery of hydrogen to end customers. The MoU with Ohmium is a step in its journey.

“We plan to develop integrated hydrogen hubs to serve the industry and heavy-duty transport to be a leading player in this space,” said Nitin Prasad, chairman, Shell Group of Companies in India.

“We would like to work with Ohmium to make this a productive collaboration which would help us make our hydrogen projects most competitive. We are keen to explore all opportunities to work with all our contract partners to continuously drive competitiveness in our projects.” 


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