India And Saudi Arabia Initiate Talks On Collaborative Green Hydrogen Initiatives

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India and Saudi Arabia have started preliminary discussions in order to collaborate on green hydrogen initiatives, as reported by a prominent Indian publication.


These discussions encompass the exploration of investment prospects, the exchange of technological knowledge, and cooperative efforts in research and development.

Informed sources have conveyed that these discussions are an integral component of a wider agreement pertaining to undersea cable grid connectivity.


India’s National Green Hydrogen Mission sets forth an ambitious goal of achieving a minimum annual production capacity of five million metric tonnes of green hydrogen by 2030, utilizing renewable energy sources.

Conversely, sources revealed that Saudi Arabia’s endeavors in clean hydrogen are anticipated to focus on technologies that result in low carbon emissions.

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