|Contents of Vol.10(2) January-March 2022|
Energy Future: the complete energy magazine (Print)
India aspires to drastically reduce its total carbon emissions and achieve net zero – with impressive targets set for 2030 and 2070, respectively. There is now a focus on developing green hydrogen in the country for containing GHG emissions, while also promoting self-sufficiency. For this, harnessing its abundant renewable resources
that are available locally is essential. Development of complementary policy initiatives and eager industry participation are also imperative. Shambhu Ratan Awasthi and Deepak Joshi discuss approaches to contain pollution by promoting the production of Green Hydrogen in this article.
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