In conjunction with Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), the government think tank NITI Aayog has identified ten ways for India to become the world’s hub for green hydrogen. By 2030, India is predicted to have more than 60 GW of the world’s largest green hydrogen generation capacity if the appropriate steps are completed. By 2030, NITI Aayog wants to convert 1,000 trucks, 50 boats, and ten aeroplanes to hydrogen-powered vehicles. India should strive to produce 25 GW or more of electrolysers by 2030. Significant volumes of CO2 are released by a variety of businesses, such as those that produce iron ore and steel, fertilisers, refineries, methanol, heavy-duty transportation, aviation, and maritime commerce.
To enable deep decarbonization, it will be essential to provide these industries with carbon-free hydrogen (green hydrogen). Making India a hub for green hydrogen on a global scale will help the nation shift to renewable energy and meet its net-zero goals by 2070.
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