Hexagon Purus to provide hydrogen cylinders to Reliance Industries for back-up power and the automotive industry

India will receive a boost to its hydrogen industry with Hexagon Purus agreeing to supply hydrogen cylinders to Reliance Industries to be used in pilot projects for automotive and back-up power.

Revealed today (Feb 14), the agreement aims to decarbonise key sectors in India and present greener solutions to reach climate goals.

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