There is a need to expand the production capacity of clean energy as India has set a target of producing 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030. As reported in the Mint recently, Acme Solar Holdings Ltd, India’s largest pure solar platform, plans to jointly produce green hydrogen in India and Europe with Lhyfe Labs SAS of France. A s part of the proposed National Hydrogen Energy Mission, announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in November, industries such as fertilizer, steel, and petrochemicals will be encouraged to explore the use of green hydrogen, the report mentions. Adoption of green hydrogen as a fuel source will help reduce oil imports, thereby saving foreign exchange.
Forward-looking development news fills us with renewed energy to keep pushing the benchmark to do more. Browse through the latest Tatsat Communique where we spotlight more such issues.
Sumi Gupta, Director, Tatsat Foundation