Vietnam has embarked on a journey towards sustainable energy, aiming to manufacture between 100,000 and 500,000 metric tonnes of hydrogen annually by 2030, a target unveiled in the nation’s recently adopted hydrogen development strategy.
India stands on the cusp of a transformative energy revolution with the advent of its first operational green hydrogen plant, spearheaded by Haryana-based Hygenco.
India is poised for a green revolution in its transport, shipping, and steel industries with the launch of pilot projects under the National Green Hydrogen Mission.
Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL) has set its sights on a new frontier: becoming the world’s first airport with an on-site green hydrogen plant.
Ashok Leyland, a prominent name in India’s commercial vehicle sector, has unveiled an ambitious roadmap aimed at embracing alternative fuel technologies, notably focusing on hydrogen propulsion for its medium and heavy-sized vehicles
Gensol Engineering, in collaboration with Matrix Gas, emerged victorious in securing a pivotal project for the manufacturing of hydrogen electrolyzers under a Production-Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme.
India’s railway landscape is on the brink of a monumental transformation as the Indian Railways gears up to introduce its first hydrogen fuel cell-powered train.
India’s ambitious National Green Hydrogen Mission, spearheaded by the Union Minister for New & Renewable Energy and Power, marks a significant step towards transforming the nation’s energy landscape.
Government of India has unveiled guidelines for conducting pilot projects aimed at utilizing green hydrogen in the steel sector. The initiative, titled “Scheme Guidelines for implementation of Pilot projects for use of Green Hydrogen in the Steel Sector under the National Green Hydrogen Mission,” was introduced by the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) on February 2, 2024.
Reliance Industries, a global leader in energy and innovation, is spearheading a monumental shift in transportation with its ambitious plan to convert thousands of internal combustion engine (ICE) trucks to hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2ICE) trucks.