Ranjit Gupta-led Ocior Energy has committed a cumulative investment of INR 80,000 crore to build two green ammonia facilities of 1mtpa each in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat.
NTPC Renewable Energy Ltd (NTPC REL) is enlisting technical consultants for green ammonia feasibility studies. Both domestic and international agencies can apply. The enlisted consultants will be awarded the study project following competitive bidding.
Essar has formed Essar Energy Transition (EET) that will focus on investing in hydrogen, decarbonization, new energy infrastructure, and biofuels. EET plans to invest $3.6 billion in developing low-carbon energy transition projects in the UK and India over the next five years.
Olectra, in association with technology partner Reliance, has developed a hydrogen bus that can travel up to 400 km on a single hydrogen fill. It plans to launch these buses within a year commercially.
The Gujarat government has allotted 10,000 sq.m of land and extended other support for Greenzo Energy’s proposed electrolyzer factory in Sanand.
Indian developer Acme Group and Japan’s IHI have signed a pact to jointly explore opportunities across the green hydrogen and ammonia value chain, including production, handling, transportation, distribution, and power generation.
Sustainability solutions provider TheGreenBillions Ltd (TGBL) has joined hands with the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) on the waste-to-hydrogen project. The plant will utilize Pune’s 350 tonnes of municipal waste per day to generate hydrogen for 30 years.
China’s Longi claims that its new ALK Hi1 electrolyzer can produce hydrogen with an energy content of 4.3 kWh per normal cubic meter. It says the levelized cost of hydrogen could be up to 2.2% lower than other electrolyzers on the market.
European Investment Bank (EIB) has joined the India Hydrogen Alliance and agreed to increase support for large-scale green hydrogen hubs and projects across India with indicative funding of EUR 1 billion.
Oil India Ltd (OIL) indigenously developed this hydrogen fuel cell-based bus under its Startup incubation program SNEH. The bus is powered by a 60 kW PEM fuel cell.