Technip to support NTPC in developing a new 5MW hydrogen generation plant in India

Technip Energies is set to support development of a new 5MW hydrogen generation plant project in Vindahyachal, India.

The project, being led by India-based NTPC, will use a 5MW Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyser to produce green hydrogen at a Super Thermal Power Station with the plant already identified as a key location for large-scale hydrogen production.

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