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Green Hydrogen

Greenko places 140 MW electrolyzers order with Belgium’s John Cockerill

John Cockerill will supply 28 units of 5 MW alkaline electrolyzers for use in the development of a green ammonia plant in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

Photocatalytic water splitting with 9.2% solar-to-hydrogen efficiency

A US research team has developed a new technique to produce hydrogen from sunlight and water. It works in an indoor environment and uses pure water, concentrated solar light, and an indium gallium nitride photocatalyst.

NTPC starts India’s first green hydrogen blending in PNG network

The state-owned power generator has started green hydrogen blending at 5% by volume in the piped natural gas (PNG) supply to households of NTPC Kawas township in Gujarat.

New electrolyzer to split saltwater into hydrogen

Chinese scientists have developed a new way to split seawater into hydrogen without using a separate desalination process. They incorporated a self-breathable waterproof membrane and a self-dampening electrolyte (SDE) into the electrolyzer, so water migrates from the seawater across the membrane to the SDE, without extra energy consumption.

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Larsen & Toubro lands power EPC job for green hydrogen plant in Saudi Arabia

The Indian multinational EPC contractor has secured the power grid and power generation works for the 600 tpd green hydrogen plant being built by NEOM Green Hydrogen Co. in Saudi Arabia.

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Greenzo announces 250 MW electrolyzer fab in Gujarat

The Delhi-based renewable project consultant will invest $50 million in the Gujarat facility to manufacture anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolyzers for green hydrogen generation. The project has received $1 million from Real Time Accelerator Fund as an angel investor in Greenzo.

Transition VC launches INR 400 crore fund for energy startups

Transition VC will invest seed capital in 40 startups across sectors such as e-mobility, green hydrogen, energy storage, net-zero buildings and climate-tech over the next three years.

Hydrogen, carbon prices and electricity markets

The hydrogen economy, particularly green hydrogen, has a long growth path ahead.

India needs $300 billion to meet 2030 target of 500 GW non-fossil energy capacity

A new report by Arthur D. Little presents an integrated blueprint for India to achieve its true potential in the power sector with a focus on renewables.

GAIL, ADNOC to explore opportunities in renewables

Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL), a state-owned natural gas company, has signed a deal with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. to explore collaboration opportunities in renewables and new energy projects.