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Green Hydrogen

India’s electrolyzer manufacturing capacity will reach 8 GW per year by 2025, says Rystad

India will have six hydrogen electrolyzer gigafactories operational by 2025, aggregating to a combined annual capacity of over 8 GW. 

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Mindtree solution to manage Larsen & Toubro’s green hydrogen plant 

Mindtree’s digital solution enables remote monitoring and control of all services at Larsen & Toubro’s green hydrogen plant in Gujarat. It drives the effective utilization of resources such as solar and battery energy storage systems.

PV-powered direct air electrolysis module to produce hydrogen from moisture in air

Scientists in Australia have developed a new way to produce hydrogen using water from the atmosphere. They claim their new module can ensure stable performance and provide green hydrogen for remote areas.

Renewables offer $350 billion investment opportunity by 2030, says Aspire Circle India

A new report by Aspire Circle India estimates the potential of renewable energy and the clean-tech sector according to parameters such as revenue and job creation by 2030, and highlights the top 10 areas for investment.

Avaada to invest $5 billion in green hydrogen, ammonia plant with 6 GW captive renewables in Rajasthan

Ravi Verma, senior executive vice president at Avaada, told pv magazine that the Group would invest $5 billion into setting up an integrated green hydrogen and ammonia plant with 6 GW of captive renewable energy capacity in the state. The green ammonia facility will have a production capacity of 1 million tons per annum. 

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Ohmium, Shell to jointly explore green hydrogen projects

The India arm of energy giant Shell and USA-based electrolyzer specialist Ohmium have signed an agreement to cooperate on green hydrogen applications, markets, and project opportunities. 

Larsen & Toubro builds green hydrogen plant at Hazira manufacturing complex

Larsen & Toubro, an engineering and construction major, has installed and commissioned 380 kW of an 800 kW green hydrogen plant for self-consumption at its Hazira manufacturing complex in Gujarat.

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Australian solar park could generate hydrogen for less than $2/kg

A new study shows that hydrogen could be produced for as little as AUD 2.85 ($1.98) per kilogram, supporting Frontier Energy’s plans to make green hydrogen from a 500 MW solar project it is developing in Western Australia.

New tech to produce hydrogen from tap water

A Spanish scientist has developed a system that reportedly produces hydrogen on-site without expensive electrolysis.

NHPC and DVC to jointly develop pumped hydro storage projects

State-run hydropower producer NHPC Ltd is also entering green hydrogen production. To begin with, it will set up pilot green hydrogen projects in Leh and Kargil districts of the Indian union territory of Ladakh.

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