Partnership to build one million tonnes of green hydrogen capacity in India with $50bn investment

A new partnership centred on green hydrogen hopes to transform the energy landscape in India with over $50bn of investments over the next decade.

Indian, Adani and TotalEnergies of France, announced today (June 14), that they have entered a partnership to create the ‘world’s largest’ green hydrogen ecosystem, to deliver green hydrogen at the ‘lowest cost’ to consumers.

Adani New Industries Ltd (ANIL) aims to invest more than $50bn over the next 10 years in green hydrogen and an associated ecosystem, with initial plans to see ANIL develop a green hydrogen production capacity of one million tonnes per year by 2030.

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