Hygenco & Jindal Stainless Collaborate for Green Hydrogen

Highlights :

  • Haryana-based Hygenco India has signed a long-term green hydrogen offtake agreement with Jindal Stainless Limited.
  • Under the terms of the agreement, Hygenco will be responsible for building, owning, and operating a multi-megawatt green hydrogen facility for 20 years. Jindal Stainless Ltd will be able to reduce its carbon emissions by approximately 2,700 metric tonnes per year as a result of this.

Hygenco & Jindal StainlessHaryana-based Green Hydrogen solutions developer, Hygenco India has signed a long-term green hydrogen offtake agreement with Jindal Stainless Limited. Under the terms of the agreement, Hygenco will be responsible for building, owning, and operating a multi-megawatt green hydrogen facility for 20 years. Jindal Stainless Ltd will be able to reduce its carbon emissions by approximately 2,700 metric tones per year as a result of this.

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The fully autonomous plant will use an advanced energy management and control system. The system continuously monitors a variety of parameters, such as hydrogen generation, renewable energy generation, state of charge, pressure, and temperature, and makes autonomous real-time decisions to maximize efficiency. The technology enables the company to increase hydrogen yield and provide end users with cost-effective hydrogen. In the coming three years.

Hygenco, based in India, aspires to be a global leader in the deployment of Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia-powered industry solutions. Hygenco was founded by industry professionals with more than 50 years of international experience in A) Renewables, B) Industrial Front End Engineering and Design (FEED), C) Industrial Gas Operations and Safety, and D) Project Finance/Private Equity. Hygenco is a venture backed by Vivaan Solar.

Hygenco & Jindal Stainless

Managing Director, Abhyuday Jindal, stated that the green hydrogen plant will be a first in the Indian manufacturing space, catalyzing the transition from thermal to clean energy.

This comes at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled a 25-year roadmap for hydrogen development and announced the National Hydrogen Mission to achieve the larger goal of self-reliance in energy production by the 100th Independence Day in 2047.

On a recent site visit, representatives from the government of Madhya Pradesh praised Hygenco’s environmentally friendly hydrogen power facility. After state-owned Oil India Limited launched India’s first 99.999 percent pure Green Hydrogen pilot project in Assam, HYGENCO, backed by Vivaan Solar, announced that the nation’s first-of-its-kind off-grid solar photovoltaic (PV) based green hydrogen pilot project would be installed in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh.

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