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Amara Raja to set up India’s first green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh

Tags: Science and Technology

Amara Raja Power Systems will set up India’s first green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh, Ladakh for the National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd (NTPC).It is a pilot project which will be set up at a height of 3600 meters above sea level.

  • NTPC plans to operate 5 hydrogen fuel buses in the region.
  • According to the company, green hydrogen will be produced by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen, using an electrolysis process powered by electricity generated by renewable energy sources.
  • The hydrogen produced in this manner will leave no carbon footprint. The pilot project will produce a minimum of 80kg/day of 99.97 percent pure hydrogen which will be compressed, stored and dispensed.
  •  The government of India has set a target to achieve net-zero carbon emission by 2070. 

Kindly also see 18 February 2022 post for Green Hydrogen policy 

NTPC 

  • It was earlier called National Thermal Power Corporation of India. It is owned by the Government of India.
  •  It was set up in 1975.
  • The company was mainly in the business of coal based power generation and transmission of electricity. Later it diversified into non-renewable power generation business.
  • The total installed capacity of the company is 68,567.18 MW (including JVs) own stations include 24 coal based, 7 gas based, 1 Hydro 1 Wind 13 Solar and 1 Small hydro plant.
  •  As on 31.03.2020 the company had 16.78% of the total national power capacity and it contributed 20.96% of total power generation.
  • It operates India’s largest power plant in India, Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station, and Madhya Pradesh.
  • The Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station in the Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh, with an installed capacity of 4,760MW, is currently the biggest thermal power plant in India.
  •  It is a coal-based power plant owned and operated by NTPC.

Headquarters: New Delhi 

Source of Data: NTPC website.

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