Hild Electric and NTPC Join Forces for India’s Biggest Alkaline Electrolysers Deal


Hild Electric Private Limited, a leading manufacturer and deployer of electrolysers, has been chosen as the provider of Alkaline electrolyser technology for NTPC Renewable Energy Limited (REL). NTPC REL is the renewable energy subsidiary of NTPC, India’s largest power utility with an impressive 73 GW installed generation capacity.


Hild Electric will utilize stacks combined with purifiers and separators to deliver a dynamic and highly efficient solution that seamlessly integrates with renewable energy resources, enabling the production of green hydrogen. As per the current agreement, this partnership aims to deploy these advanced electrolyser systems with a capacity of up to 600 MW across a wide range of industrial applications, including ammonia production, transportation, and power generation, among others.

The implementation of these cutting-edge electrolyser systems is expected to strongly support NTPC’s ambitious green hydrogen objectives, specifically targeting the production of at least 150 kTPA (kilo tonnes per annum) of Green Hydrogen by the year 2032. With this collaboration, Hild Electric and NTPC are poised to make significant contributions to India’s sustainable energy landscape.

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Hild Electric has stated, “Partnering with NTPC REL as their preferred technology provider on  what is the largest Alkaline electrolyser deal in India is an incredible breakthrough”. It further  stated, “Hild Electric appreciates CMD (NTPC) and CEO (NTPC Renewables) for their vision and  commitment in Green Hydrogen. NTPC’s forward-thinking approach has continuously enabled it  to be first amongst its peers to adopt innovative clean technologies. This approach will be  instrumental in supporting the ‘Make in India’ initiative by the Honourable Prime Minister of India,  enabling India to become a Green Hydrogen powerhouse.” 

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