L&T commissions its ‘first locally produced’ 1MW electrolyser in India

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has commissioned the first indigenously manufactured green hydrogen electrolyser in Gujarat, India.

Located at the green hydrogen plant at A M Naik Heavy Engineering Complex in Hazira, the 1MW electrolyser will be expandable to 2MW and capable of producing 200Nm3 per hour of hydrogen.

The module is equipped with two stacks and an Electrolyser Processing Unit (EPU) ML-400, indigenously manufactured and assembled by L&T Electrolysers Limited adhering to the latest international standards. The company used technology from French company, McPhy Energy.

Following the commissioning of the electrolyser, L&T will now undergo testing in the coming weeks to optimise its performance and further leverage its upcoming giga-scale facility in Hazira and maximise product localisation in India.

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