The council will identify technology trends in green energy, analyze the evolving global policy developments, evaluate emerging business models, and advise on collaborations.
The Indian multinational EPC company is setting up a pressurized alkaline electrolyzer factory with a capacity of 1 GW per annum. It expects to produce the first few electrolyzers from this facility by March next year.
A new report estimates India will reach annual green hydrogen demand of 2.85 million metric tons (MMT) by 2030 under the current policy and project momentum. To meet this demand, it will need 62 GW of additional renewable energy capacity, 29 GW of electrolyzer capacity, and 11 MMT per annum of ammonia infrastructure, which together represent an investment opportunity of at least $57 billion.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd is seeking a business consultant to realize potential opportunities in electrolyzer manufacturing and the green hydrogen value chain.
A new report says India will require INR 5.5-6 trillion to create 115-125 GW of renewable energy capacity and INR 3-3.5 trillion to meet 35-40 GW of electrolyzers requirement in order to reach green hydrogen production capacity of 5 MMT per annum by 2030.
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has signed the agreement to manufacture pressurized alkaline electrolyzers in India under a technology license from France-based McPhy Energy.
The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research’s Hydrogen Technology (H2T) program focuses on improving the lifetime of electrolyzers by developing thermochemically robust membranes and electrolytes, reinforced fluoropolymer membranes, graphite composite bipolar plates, and ceramic interconnects.
Pune-based Thermax has partnered with Australia’s Fortescue Future Industries to explore opportunities for the joint development of fully integrated green hydrogen projects for commercial and industrial customers in India. They also contemplate collaborating on electrolyzer and subsystem manufacturing facilities to support green energy projects in India.
The Gujarat government has allotted 10,000 sq.m of land and extended other support for Greenzo Energy’s proposed electrolyzer factory in Sanand.
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.
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