Advait Infratech to expand electrolyzer production capacity to 200 MW per year by 2025


Advait Infratech Ltd plans to expand its electrolyzer manufacturing capacity to 200 MW per year by 2025. The company ventured into green energy in 2023, by forming a special purpose vehicle, Greenergy, focusing on electrolyser assembly and manufacturing for hydrogen production, fuel cell supply, and sustainable services like carbon consultancy.  Currently, its electrolyzer manufacturing plant, located in Kadi, Gujarat, has a capacity of 120 MW /year. It produces 0.3/0.5/1 MW electrolysis cell stacks and 2/4/8 MW modules.

Advait Infratech is one of the six firms that emerged as successful bidders for getting government incentives to set up facilities to manufacture electrolysers, a critical component required for green hydrogen production.

State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has entered into a technology transfer agreement (TTA) with Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) for 50 kW alkaline electrolyzer system for hydrogen production. The technology offered by BARC is indigenously developed with high local material content. BHEL through this collaboration with BARC intends to scale up indigenous alkaline electrolyzer technology and commercialize it for application in sectors such as refineries, fertiliser, steel, transportation, etc.

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