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Green Hydrogen

Panasonic combines fuel cells, batteries, PV to power factory in Japan

Japan’s Panasonic claims its new pilot solar-plus-hydrogen facility marks the first attempt to create a factory powered by 100% renewables, via the full-scale use of hydrogen.

NTPC, Gujarat Gas to start green hydrogen blended PNG supply project

To decarbonize the cooking sector, India’s premier energy utility NTPC has partnered city gas distribution company Gujarat Gas Limited on a pilot project to supply green hydrogen-blended piped natural gas. 

IndianOil, L&T and ReNew to form green hydrogen development JV

IndianOil, Larsen & Toubro, and ReNew will hold an equal stake in their proposed joint venture to develop, execute and own green hydrogen assets in India. Additionally, IndianOil and Larsen & Toubro will form a JV for the production and sale of electrolyzers.


Tata Power and Social Alpha launch net-zero accelerator program for industries

The ‘Net-Zero Industry Accelerator’ program will prioritize industries with the highest carbon footprints and assure a robust ecosystem to support a new generation of entrepreneurs as they take disruptive climate-tech innovations for industrial decarbonization from the lab to market. 

National hydrogen policy, half a step forward

Green hydrogen cost in India could reduce by 20-30% to INR 230-240/kg with the measures announced under the National Hydrogen Policy. A further cost reduction to achieve parity with grey hydrogen by 2030 is possible, provided policymakers don’t overlook five critical areas.

NSEFI, HAI launch Green Hydrogen Consortium of Indian Industry

Through this initiative, the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) and Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) will drive the industry response to promote indigenous manufacturing, advocate policy measures, and support pilot projects while facilitating industry-academia collaboration.


India and Japan to cooperate on solar power, clean hydrogen and electric vehicles

Under their clean energy partnership, both countries also agreed to cooperate in the disposal, recycling, and reclamation of valuable materials from batteries, solar panels, turbine blades, and electronics.


Energy-efficient hydrogen production by urea electrolysis using Ni2O3 electrocatalyst

Scientists from the Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, have shown Ni2O3 as a promising catalyst for sustained electrochemical urea oxidation reaction (UOR) to produce green hydrogen. With Ni2O3 catalyst, they found the UOR activity to be almost six times higher than with the conventional NiO. 


Green hydrogen for $5/kg at co-located projects

Ratings agency ICRA has estimated Indian green hydrogen will cost that much if produced at sites featuring clean energy generation capacity and electrolyzers. That is between 50 US cents and a dollar per kilogram cheaper than in locations where the two systems are not co-located, with the saving possible due to a reduction in open-access, intra-state grid charges.


Building the green hydrogen economy in India

Experts at a recent workshop by industry body India Hydrogen Alliance (IH2A) and the government thinktank NITI Aayog proposed the formation of a public-private taskforce to develop gigawatt-scale green hydrogen hubs in India. The taskforce will have participation from global funding agencies, industry and government.


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