$6.6bn plan for 1.5GW green hydrogen and ammonia project in India

ACME Group have today (July 5) announced further plans to scale up green hydrogen production in India, as it reveals an agreement for a Rs 52,474 crore ($6.6bn) green hydrogen and ammonia project in the state of Tamil Nadu.

The company said it has signed an initial agreement with the state government which hopes to facilitate production of the fuels to decarbonise areas of the country’s industry.

H2 View understands the project will consist of a solar plant which will power a 1.5GW electrolyser and 1.1 million tonnes of ammonia synthesis loop.

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