India’s Green Hydrogen Revolution: NTPC’s Pre-G20 Conference Sparks Momentum for India’s Green Hydrogen Mission

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Today, a significant conference on “Green Hydrogen Pilots in India” is underway in the lead-up to the 18th G20 Summit, taking place in New Delhi. The day-long event, hosted by NTPC Ltd., India’s leading integrated power producer, aims to highlight pioneering initiatives in green hydrogen technology and showcase various Green Hydrogen Pilots being implemented by public and private sector companies in India.


The opening session of the conference will be graced by the presence of Shri R. K. Singh, Union Minister for Power and New & Renewable Energy, who will deliver the keynote address. Additionally, key figures including Shri Bhupinder S. Bhalla, Secretary, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy; Shri Gurdeep Singh, CMD of NTPC; and Shri Mohit Bhargava, CEO of NTPC Green Energy Ltd., will also address the attendees.

The conference offers a unique opportunity for participants to witness innovative pilot projects and gain valuable insights into the future of clean energy in India. Some of the noteworthy Green Hydrogen Pilots to be showcased include Green Hydrogen Blending in Petroleum and Natural Gas by NTPC, Green Hydrogen Mobility by NTPC, FCEV and H2ICE Vehicles by Ashok Leyland, Green Shipping Initiatives by Cochin Shipyard, Microgrid and Mobility by NHPC, and many more.

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Discussions during the event are expected to foster the sharing of achievements and challenges faced by early adopters in the green hydrogen sector. Moreover, these pilot projects are poised to address technological hurdles, bolster local supply chains, and enhance techno-economic feasibility for future endeavors.

This conference not only sheds light on the path forward in India’s green hydrogen journey but also inspires collective efforts to realize the objectives of the National Green Hydrogen Mission, a significant milestone in the country’s transition toward sustainable and renewable energy sources.

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