New Delhi-based The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) sees green hydrogen as the next “clean energy prize” and is calling for industry and government in India to work together to reap the benefits.
In the transition to a carbon neutral economy, the research institute says hydrogen can provide a supplementary role to renewables and batteries.
Hydrogen can be divided into:
- Grey – produced from fossil fuels)
- Blue – produced from fossil fuels with carbon capture and storage or
- Green – produced from renewable electricity.
Early demand markets for hydrogen include fuel cells for trucking, balancing supply and demand in the power sector, and replacing fossil fuels in industry.
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