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Green Hydrogen

India’s technology path key to global steel decarbonisation

The global steel industry is poised to shift from coal to hydrogen. With enough high-quality iron ore and low prices for hydrogen, India could play a pivotal role in global steel decarbonisation given its large and growing economy.

Electrolyzer sales expected to quadruple this year globally

According to BloombergNEF, electrolyzer shipments may reach up to 2.5GW in 2022, up significantly from 458MW last year. China and the United States will become the world’s first and second markets, respectively.

Making cheaper H2

The hype surrounding green hydrogen is real, but does the cost-reduction outlook for its production technologies live up to it? Christian Roselund looks at the technology, transportation, application and enabling policies behind the promising green energy carrier.

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Green hydrogen could disrupt global trade, bilateral energy relations

While there are still many uncertainties as to the way in which hydrogen trade might evolve and change economic ties and political dynamics between countries, experts agree that green hydrogen can bring winds of change to the global energy arena. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, significant geoeconomic and geopolitical shifts are just around the corner.

Hero Future Energies, Ohmium to install 1 GW of green hydrogen capacity

Indian renewable energy developer Hero Future Energies has partnered with US-based Ohmium International on the development of green hydrogen plants in India, the UK, and Europe with a cumulative electrolyzer capacity of 1 GW.

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Oil India to set up 100 kW green hydrogen plant in Assam

The plant at its Jorhat oilfield in Assam will produce green hydrogen using anion exchange membrane (AEM) technology.

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Draft of National Green Hydrogen Mission under inter-ministerial consultations

The mission envisages commercial production of green hydrogen production in the nation from the financial year 2025-26 onwards.

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NTPC awards India’s first green hydrogen microgrid project 

The project would be a test case to assess the potential of solar-powered hydrogen to displace costly and polluting diesel-based energy generation systems in far-off regions of the country like Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir. 

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Electrolyzer ramping from 0 to 50,000 amperes in less than 10 seconds

Developed by Canada-based Hydrogen Optimized, the electrolyzer can be used to stabilize electrical grids and optimize energy recovery from intermittent renewable power sources such as solar and wind. Furthermore, this week four more big international partnerships for developing green hydrogen were announced across Germany, the Middle East, and Australia.

IREDA, BVFCL sign MoU on renewable energy and green hydrogen

The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd (IREDA) shall provide its techno-financial expertise to help Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited develop renewable energy, green hydrogen, green ammonia, and energy efficiency and conservation projects.

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