JERA looks to develop Indian green hydrogen project for Japanese offtake

Japan’s JERA and India’s ReNew Energy are set to explore the development of a 100,000 tonne per year green ammonia plant in India which could meet Japanese demand.

Under a new agreement, ReNew E-Fuels and JERA will jointly evaluate developing a green ammonia plant in Paradip, Odisha, that will utilise 500MW of renewable energy to produce green hydrogen.

With ammonia production capacity estimated to reach 100,000 per year by 2030, JERA will have the right to offtake the hydrogen carrier for use in Japan, as the firm explores using ammonia in its power plants.

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