GAIL India To Invest Rs 6,000 Crore In RE Projects For 1 GW

State-owned Gail India is going to invest Rs 6,000 crore on renewable energy projects in the next three years. And if required, the investment can go up by an additional Rs 20,000 crore by 2030, according to GAIL India CMD Manoj Jain. Although the plan is to commission 1 GW power from renewable energy within […]

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World’s largest hydrogen taxi fleet to be powered by Cummins electrolyser

Cummins Inc., through its affiliate Hydrogenics Europe N.V., has signed a contract to supply a 2.5-megawatt (MW) electrolyser to Hysetco, a hydrogen mobility company owned by Total Energies, Air Liquide, Toyota, Kouros and others. The electrolyser will enable local hydrogen production in Paris, France, to power Hysetco’s ambitious project, which aspires to develop and operate […]

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Bharat Petroleum, Bhabha Atomic to Jointly Produce Green H2

OMC Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) and the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) have collaborated to scale up alkaline electrolyser technology for the production of green hydrogen. To produce green hydrogen, water electrolysers split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable electricity. Multiple water electrolyser technologies exist today. While green hydrogen is currently recognised […]

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Fortescue Races Ahead With Electrolyser Manufacturing Plans In Australia

Fortescue Future Industries which is building what it claims will be the world’s biggest plant for green hydrogen electrolysers, has confirmed approvals for the same within a month from the Queensland, Australia government. The  Andrew Forrest owned Fortescue may also include a gigawatt scale solar module factory and other production facilities. The facility will have […]

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