The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy released the emission threshold and production requirements (e.g., uses electrolysis-based and biomass-based methods) that must be met to be considered “Green Hydrogen.”
The scheme will support renewable hydrogen production and increase the country’s electrolysis capacity, contributing to efforts to reduce emissions and achieve climate neutrality. It also supports the EU Hydrogen Strategy, European Green Deal, and REPowerEU Plan.
The companies were selected to supply electrolyzers (Plug Power), Hydrogen Refueling Stations (Fabrum), and construction contracting (Wasco Australia) for Countrywide Hydrogen’s green hydrogen projects in Tasmania, AU.
Idaho National Laboratory has set up testing platforms for U.S. companies to evaluate high-temperature steam electrolysis technologies, helping scale up production and minimize the costs of hydrogen production.