Renewable-natural-gas-to-green-hydrogen plant under development in India

Organic waste and landfill gas in India will be converted into green hydrogen at a state-of-the-art biomethane plant with downstream Bio-CNG installations and on-site steam methane reforming-based products.

Believed to be a first-of-its-kind waste-to-hydrogen infrastructure development in the country, the modernised plant will be located at a withstanding biomethane plant owned by GPS Renewables.

A waste management cleantech firm, GPS Renewables has teamed up up with on-site hydrogen generation and supply company HyGear for the effort that will support India on its decarbonisation journey and help to develop its evolving hydrogen economy.

For the selected site, HyGear will implement its on-site steam methane reforming-based Hy.GEN products, which are currently deployed at over 30 locations worldwide.

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