Reliance, Jindal, Adani among winners of production-linked incentives for electrolyzer manufacturing


Solar Energy Corp. of India’s 1.5 GW electrolyzer manufacturing tender under the production-linked incentives scheme saw the full capacity allocated among eight bidders.

Reliance has won incentives for 300 MW of electrolyzer manufacturing capacity based on any stack technology. John Cockerill Greenko Hydrogen Solutions and Jindal India also secured incentives for 300 MW each in this category. Other winners in this category include Ohmium (137 MW), Advait Infratech (100 MW), and L&T Electrolyzers (63 MW).

Adani New Industries Ltd and Homihydrogen won incentives for electrolyzer manufacturing based on indigenously developed stack technology. These have been allocated incentives for 198.5 MW and 101.5 MW capacities, respectively.

The 1.5 GW tender had attracted 21 bids seeking incentives for capacities aggregating to 3,328.5 MW.

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