Developing a green hydrogen fuelling station, established by Jackson Green, can hasten India’s progress toward achieving net zero emissions. Once operational, it is projected to offset 3.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide every day, reinforcing hydrogen‘s crucial role as a new energy transition fuel. This will reduce India’s dependence on imported crude oil, minimise pollution, and aid Indian efforts towards a greener tomorrow.
Sufficient production of green hydrogen, secure storage solutions, and distribution networks need attention.
We can look forward to how it will leverage a part of the new power technology mix in the Indian automobile industry.