FTI Consulting has today (11th Dec) unveiled India’s Green Hydrogen Roadmap report, proposing a target of 4% for hydrogen energy in the national energy mix by 2030.
Released with the support of The Energy and Resources Institute, the report proposes a set of eight recommendations to help build a strong manufacturing position for India within the emerging hydrogen supply chain.
Commenting on the release, Amrit Singh Deo, Senior Managing Director in the Strategic Communications segment at FTI Consulting, said, “India has a domestic manufacturing opportunity to building hydrogen system components for the global supply chain if policy makers and industry players can collaborate closely.”
“An aspirational 4% target and funding for large demonstration-stage green hydrogen projects will be important for a renewable energy-backed hydrogen economy in India. Hydrogen, coupled with renewables, electric vehicles and battery technology, offers a clear path to a zero-carbon future.”
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