Government identifies 10 states for green hydrogen manufacturing
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Government identifies 10 states for green hydrogen manufacturing

The government has identified 10 potential states that could be the key enablers in manufacturing green hydrogen in the country, said two officials aware of the development.

The states - Karnataka, Odisha, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal - are likely to have green hydrogen or ammonia manufacturing zones or clusters, helping India kickstart its National Green Hydrogen Mission in its initial years.

These states have been identified on the basis of the existing steel and fertiliser industries, refineries and ports located there, along with the operational and potential renewable energy generation capacity in the regions.

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The government has identified 10 potential states that could be the key enablers in manufacturing green hydrogen in the country, said two officials aware of the development. The states - Karnataka, Odisha, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal - are likely to have green hydrogen or ammonia manufacturing zones or clusters, helping India kickstart its National Green Hydrogen Mission in its initial years. These states have been identified on the basis of the existing steel and fertiliser industries, refineries and ports located there, along with the operational and potential renewable energy generation capacity in the regions. Also Read Essar to invest $4 bn in Saudi Arabia steel plant Vedanta’s aluminium output up by 2 per cent

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