Could hydrogen power India’s on- and off-grid needs? H2 View’s India Snap Summit asks

The second session of the day at H2 View’s Hydrogen in India Snap Summit turned the focus to how hydrogen can power both the grid and off-grid applications.

Indian-based company, H2E Power has a vision for 24/7 clean, green, affordable, and reliable energy for all. It’s independent power systems for off-grid supply offers a crucial solution to remote regions without access to an electricity distribution system.

Having started the company in 2009, Siddarth Mayur, Managing Director, and CEO of H2E Power, is responsible for commissioning India’s first green hydrogen plant in the North-eastern state of Assam.

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