Green Hydrogen

India Launches Its First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus In Delhi

Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Hardeep Singh Puri today flagged off India’s first Green Hydrogen Fuel Cell-based bus in the national capital. Puri said that the newly-launched bus posses the virtue of fast charging besides the benefit of being an environment-friendly mode of transport.  “The fuel cell utilizes Hydrogen and air to generate electricity […]

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Green RTC Power Possible At Rs 6/unit If Green Hydrogen Is Used For Storage: Singh

Union Minister for New & Renewable Energy RK Singh said that round-the-clock (RTC) renewable energy would cost about Rs 6 per unit if Green Hydrogen is used for storage. He was speaking at the Special Ministerial Session of the Fourth International Conference & Exhibition on Clean Energy in New Delhi today. Singh said that the […]

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Jakson Green Order Book Swells to INR 5000 Cr in a Year

Jakson Green, an energy transition platform backed by infrastructure and renewables conglomerate, Jakson Group, has announced its achievement of amassing a renewable EPC order book of around INR 5000 Crores within a year of inception. This was recognized through a series of recent order victories in India, GCC, West Africa, and CIS region. The company’s […]

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NLC India Moving Towards Hybrid RE Projects: Prasanna Kumar, CMD

Saur: What are the significant works NLCIL undertook in the past few years to boost its renewable portfolio? CMD: NLC India Limited (NLCIL) was an early bird central PSU to venture into the renewable sector. Our first renewable energy project was awarded in 2013 with a 51 MW wind power project. Later, we shifted towards […]

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Pune Military College Becomes India’s First Carbon Negative Garrison

Pune’s College of Military Engineering has commissioned a 5 MW solar power plant. With the commissioning of this plant, the college has augmented its solar power generation capacity to 7 MW. CME claims to be the first carbon negative military formation in India. The CME has undertaken several initiatives towards curbing its carbon footprint. Among […]

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1 TW Renewable Potential in Egypt: A Game-Changer or a Distant Dream?

Egypt has the potential to produce electricity capacity of 350 gigawatts (GW) from wind energy and 650 GW from solar energy, the Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker suggested at the fourth edition of the round table on the green hydrogen industry in Egypt, chaired by Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly. The claim […]

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JSW Steel Eyes 25 MW RTC Renewable Energy, Green Hydrogen

India’s largest steel conglomerate JSW Steel has set sights on sourcing green hydrogen from the 3,800-tonne hydrogen plant that is in being established at the Vijayanagar plant. The firm will provide green steel at a premium in  a period of 18-24 months. The firm has joined hands with JSW Energy to get green hydrogen and […]

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ACME Group Achieves Financial Closure of INR 4,000 Cr Debt for Green Hydrogen & Ammonia

Diversified renewable energy company ACME Group announced securing INR 4,000 crore loan from one of the India’s largest green infrastructure financial institutions Rural Electrification (REC) Limited for its green hydrogen and green ammonia project in Oman. The loan will be utilized to commence the first phase of the pioneering green hydrogen and green ammonia project, […]

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Avaada Group in MoU with REC for INR 20,000 Funding  

On the sidelines of the fourth meeting of the G20 Energy Transition Working Group (ETWG), Avaada Group, has announced a partnership with the Rural Electrification Corporation (REC), concretized through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This agreement ushers in support for Avaada’s energy transition ventures, with the total investment reaching INR 20,000 crores over the next five […]

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