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Hydrogen Fuel Cells

The Hydrogen Stream: Shell awards 10 MW SOEC module contract to Ceres

Ceres Power Holdings has secured a contract to design a 10 MW pressurised solid oxide electrolyser (SOEC) module for use in large-scale industrial applications such as synthetic fuels, ammonia and green steel.

The Hydrogen Stream: Airox Nigen commissions indigenously built electrolyzer, fuel cell for SJVN’s multi-purpose green hydrogen project

Airox Nigen Equipments has commissioned its indigenously built alkaline electrolyzer and fuel cell for SJVN’s multi-purpose green hydrogen pilot project in Jhakri, Himachal Pradesh.

Waaree Energies secures 400 MW solar module supply contract with GIPCL

Waaree Energies will manufacture and supply 400 MW of bifacial solar PV modules to Gujarat Industries Power Co. Ltd’s (GIPCL) project in Gujarat.

Advait partners Norway’s TECO 2030 to produce fuel cells in India

Advait Infratech and Norway’s TECO 2030 have collaborated to develop, manufacture, and commercialise fuel cells based on TECO 2030  technology.

The Hydrogen Stream: MAN Truck to deliver 200 hydrogen vehicles by 2025

MAN Truck & Bus says it will deliver 200 hydrogen vehicles to customers in Europe and some non-European countries by as early as 2025, while Provaris has revealed plans to develop a gaseous hydrogen import facility in Rotterdam.

Delta Electronics explores India’s renewable energy landscape from lithium batteries to green hydrogen

Delta Electronics, which has been present in India for the last 20 years, recently launched its containerized data center solution in the country. With all subsystems such as UPS, power distribution, battery, cooling, and racks well integrated, this plug-and-play solution ensures rapid deployment for edge computing applications in the IoT world. On the occasion, pv magazine spoke to Rajesh Kaushal, vice president of Delta Electronics India, about their containerized data center solution, lithium-ion battery and solar inverter business, and future plans for India. 


The Hydrogen Stream: Plug Power commissions 1 MW PEM electrolyzer

A number of hydrogen projects are moving forward in the United States, India, Germany and Denmark. In other developments, the German state of Saxony is teaming up with other partners, including the Czech Republic, to set up a hydrogen network in Eastern Europe.

Reliance’ green energy giga complex will be ready for commissioning this year, Adani announces further investment in Gujarat

Reliance Industries and Adani Group, which have made big investments in creating an integrated renewable energy ecosystem in Gujarat, announced their further plans for the state at the 10th Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit.


Evergreen Renewables to invest INR 4,000 crore in Gujarat

Advait Infratech will invest in the manufacturing and assembly of fuel cells and electrolyzers in Gujarat. Waaree will set up a green hydrogen/green ammonia production facility along with hybrid (solar, wind) renewable energy generation.

L&T joins the Hydrogen Council  

Larsen & Toubro has presence across green hydrogen project development/EPC, electrolyzer manufacturing, and battery cell manufacturing. As a hydrogen council member, the company intends to foster collaboration within the hydrogen industry. 

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