Ohmium and NTPC REL Forge Groundbreaking Partnership for Green Hydrogen Future in India


Ohmium International, a prominent green hydrogen company specializing in advanced Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzers, has announced that its subsidiary in India has been selected as the PEM electrolyzer partner for NTPC Renewable Energy Limited (REL). NTPC REL is the renewable energy arm of NTPC, India’s largest power utility with a vast installed generation capacity of over 70 GW. The agreement between the two companies is set to last for two years, until May 2025.


This collaboration represents a significant milestone in India’s green hydrogen landscape, as it marks the largest-ever PEM electrolyzer deal in the country and one of the largest globally. Ohmium’s patented electrolyzers will be deployed across various industrial and commercial applications, including ammonia production, transportation, and power generation, with a potential capacity of up to 400 MW.

By leveraging Ohmium’s technology, NTPC aims to deploy 5 GW of renewable energy capacity dedicated to green hydrogen and ammonia production. This aligns with NTPC’s ambitious goal of achieving 60 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2032. Ohmium’s modular electrolyzers offer a versatile and efficient solution that integrates seamlessly with renewable energy resources, enabling the production of green hydrogen at a competitive cost.

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Arne Ballantine, CEO of Ohmium, expressed his excitement about partnering with NTPC REL as their preferred technology supplier for the largest PEM electrolyzer deal in India. He commended NTPC’s Chairman, Board, and CEO for their visionary leadership, commitment, and investment in green hydrogen. NTPC has consistently been at the forefront of adopting innovative clean technologies, and their forward-thinking approach will play a pivotal role in India’s journey towards becoming a global green hydrogen powerhouse.

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