Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is set to begin constructing the renewable energy generation, storage, and grid infrastructure for the green hydrogen production facility in Saudi Arabia, as it has made significant progress from design to procurement.
TU Delft scientists have proposed a new methodology for off-grid PV-battery-electrolyzer-fuel cell systems in remote areas.
Research outfit Rethink Energy says the green hydrogen market could reach $850 billion in value by 2050.
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.
The recently issued green port guidelines emphasize using clean energy in port operations and developing port capabilities for storage, handling, and bunkering of greener fuels such as green hydrogen, green ammonia, and green methanol.
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.
Researchers from Switzerland’s École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne have unveiled a new solar dish plant design, while Plug Power has delivered its first electrolyzer system to Europe.
ACME and Indraprastha Gas Ltd (IGL) have agreed to jointly explore the setting up of hydrogen generation plants, including electrolyzers, to blend green hydrogen in IGL’s natural gas supply.
The green hydrogen production, compression, storage, and distribution facility will be powered by an in-situ hybrid renewable power and storage plant.
Set to commence production shortly, the CO2-to-methanol plant is being established at NTPC’s existing thermal power station in Vindhyachal, Madhya Pradesh. It will convert 20 tonnes-per-day (tpd) of CO2 to 10 tpd methanol through a catalytic hydrogenation process, utilizing CO2 from thermal plant flue gas through a carbon capture unit and green hydrogen produced by electrolysis.
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