Indo-Norwegian alliance brings hydrogen solutions to India

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A new Indo-Norwegian alliance has been established aiming to bring new green hydrogen technologies to India.

This will be achieved through the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between h2e Power Systems and Greenstat Hydrogen Private Limited, an Indian subsidiary of Norwegian clean energy expert Greenstat Hydrogen.

The two companies will be work closely with one another to build an end-to-end ecosystem to produce, store and dispense green hydrogen as well as to execute projects both in the mobility sector and stationery.

H2e will look to expand its hydrogen portfolio, which includes a newly launched pilot manufacturing plant in Prune, India, with the alliance set to bring both reliable and affordable hydrogen technologies from Norway to India.

“Hydrogen is already a dominant part of the energy value chain world-wide; the challenge now is to revert the energy ecosystem back into its natural evolution.”

Sturle Pedersen, Chairman of Greenstat Hydrogen.

“Renewable energy must replace fossil fuels, to preserve our habitat, and to preserve our mobility. Hydrogen is the natural energy carrier representing a vital part of the sustainable energy solution together with sustainable battery manufacturing.

“We are excited with our association with Greenstat and are looking forward to bringing cutting edge solutions for the production of green hydrogen, storage and dispensing infrastructure from Norway. This will address the big push towards hydrogen in mobility and stationary applications by the Honourable Minister of Petroleum Shri. Dharmendra Pradhan.”

Siddharth Mayur, founder and Managing Director of h2e Power
Arnes Biogradlija
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