Green hydrogen scope for Indian mission
Author(s):
Dr Swati Munot
Keywords:
Green Hydrogen, Indian Mission, Green Economy, Emission, Climate Change, Global Warming.
Abstract
Hydrogen and Ammonia are envisaged to be the future of fuels and are envisaged to replace fossil fuels in the years to come. One of the major requirements of environmentally sustainable energy security of the nation is production of these fuels by using power from renewable energy sources. This is known as Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia. Hydrogen is a clean energy carrier that can play an important role in the global energy transition. Its sourcing is critical. Green hydrogen current petroleum-based vehicle engines. from renewable sources is a near-zero carbon production route. Important synergies exist between accelerated deployment of renewable energy and hydrogen production and use. There is an increased consensus around the world that concerted steps need to be taken to reduce global warming to levels less than 2°C and if possible to cap it at 1.5°C higher than pre-industrial levels. Various countries have pledged their Nationally Determined Contributions in order to ensure energy transition and reduce emissions. Most large economies including India have committed to net zero targets. Transitioning to Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia is one of the major requirements for reduction of emissions. Government of India has had under consideration a number of policy measures in order to facilitate the transition from fossil fuel / fossil fuel-based feed stocks to Green Hydrogen / Green Ammonia both as energy carriers and as chemical feed stock for different sectors. In this regard, a Green Hydrogen policy has been framed by Ministry of Power for compliance and implementation by concerned stakeholders.
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Unique Paper ID: 158009

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 459 - 464
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