Jakson Green, a new energy platform of Jakson Group, announced today that it is developing a green hydrogen fuelling station at Badarpur, New Delhi, for a major power company in India. The fuelling station is expected to produce 260 kg of green hydrogen per day at a pressure of 350 bar that will be utilized to fuel up to five intercity FCEV (fuel cell electric vehicle) buses, it said.
The green hydrogen fuelling station involves the establishment of a specialized and dedicated facility that will use the green energy generated on-site by a hybrid renewable energy plant to generate, compress, store, and dispense green hydrogen, utilizing a hydrogen purification system.
As a part of the project, Jakson Green will also incorporate a battery energy storage system (BESS) backed renewable hybrid power plant within the station, making it a completely self-sustained facility. It will deploy an advanced integrated control system using cutting-edge digital technology to supervise and monitor the fuelling station’s operations.
The company expects the project to offset 3.7 tons of CO2 per day once operational.
Bikesh Ogra, CEO and Managing Director of Jakson Green, said, “Our project reinforces hydrogen’s crucial role as a new energy transition fuel, reducing India’s dependence on imported crude oil and minimizing pollution. This sets us apart as a pioneering player in green hydrogen, and we remain committed to building infrastructure that promotes hydrogen-fueled vehicles.”
Jakson Green recently announced its global ambitions to be a leading developer and integrator of green hydrogen and green ammonia assets across select geographies and is eyeing a play in the independent hydrogen and ammonia production and electrolyzer manufacturing space. The firm is actively developing a pipeline of renewable energy, green hydrogen, and green ammonia projects, both in India and abroad.
Promoted and led by Bikesh Ogra, a renewable sector veteran with over 10 GW of experience across 26 countries, Jakson Green has secured over 1 GW of renewable energy EPC orders across India, Africa, and the Middle East regions since its inception in July last year. It plans to deliver 10 GW renewable energy assets by 2025 and 20 GW by 2030.
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