India to require refiners, fertiliser plants to use some green hydrogen

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NEW DELHI : India plans to force refineries and fertiliser plants to use some green hydrogen, junior oil minister Rameswar Teli said on Monday, as Asia's third-largest economy strives to reduce carbon emissions.Governments and energy companies around the world are betting on clean hydrogen https://www.reu

NEW DELHI : India plans to force refineries and fertiliser plants to use some green hydrogen, junior oil minister Rameswar Teli said on Monday, as Asia's third-largest economy strives to reduce carbon emissions.

He did not give details, but noted green hydrogen is yet to be produced in India on a commercial scale due to the high cost of production. The policy aims to boost green hydrogen production and its use across multiple sectors, including transportation, he said.

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