The Independent Green Hydrogen Association (IGHPA) aims to engage with the government and other stakeholders to achieve India’s objective of becoming a green hydrogen and ammonia producing country and an export hub, they said.
The other companies in the association are SunEdison Infrastructure (Refex Group), O2 Power and Sprng Energy.
The association has appointed former bureaucrat Shashi Shekhar as director general. Shekhar was secretary in the ministry of water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation.
India has announced plans to produce five million tonnes of green hydrogen by 2030 and unveiled a policy that will enable manufacturers to source renewable energy to produce hydrogen or ammonia without paying transmission charges for 25 years.
Source: The Economic Times