Indian Government lays out new policy to accelerate hydrogen ambitions

The Indian Government has today (Feb 18) made its latest move to help the country become a green hydrogen hub and produce five million tonnes of the energy carrier by 2030.

Hydrogen and ammonia manufacturers are set to benefit from new policy that has been described as a major step in India transitioning away from fossil fuels.

Under the new policy, green hydrogen and ammonia manufacturers may purchase renewable power exchange or set up renewable energy capacity themselves.

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