The India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) has suggested that the utilisation of green hydrogen and advanced batteries will help the region achieve deeper decarbonisation within industry.
India has already emerged as one of the lowest cost renewable energy leaders and the Indian Government plans to achieve 450GW of renewable energy deployment by 2030.
Green hydrogen can provide the additional demand that is needed to enable renewable energy to decarbonise deeply into industrial, petrochemical and fertiliser sectors.
It is also expected that the green hydrogen projects will increase the demand for batteries as electrolysers needing continuous green electricity for optimal operation.
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