euroindia December 27, 2022 0 Comments

Nitin Gadkari said green hydrogen is a “sustainable alternative” to fossil fuels, as this energysource would be utilised not just in transportation but also in the chemical and fertiliserindustries in the near future. The government has been specifically giving importance toalternative fuels and bio-fuels such as ethanol, methanol, Bio-CNG, LNG, electric and greenhydrogen. Niti Aayog has identified green hydrogen as critical to India’s net-zero ambition. Ithas estimated the cumulative value of the green hydrogen market in the country at $8 billion by2030.


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