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Green Liquid Hydrogen India’s project will only use renewable electricity
Green Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) refers to hydrogen that is produced using renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydropower and does not emit any greenhouse gases during its production or use.
The use of LH2 is an important step towards the decarbonization of the energy sector and reducing carbon emissions.
Green Liquid Hydrogen – a Premium Fuel for a Premium Market in Asia Mobility
Green Liquid Hydrogen has several applications, including as a fuel for transportation, power generation, and industrial processes. It is considered a promising solution for reducing carbon emissions in the energy sector and achieving carbon neutrality. Several countries and companies around the world are investing in Green Liquid Hydrogen technologies to support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Green LH2 production, on the other hand, uses renewable energy to produce hydrogen through the process of water electrolysis, which splits water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen using an electrical current.
There is a sound case for green hydrogen and, no doubt, a growing demand and immense opportunity by being an early adapter and leader in this field. On the back of a recent USD 300M capital raise, LH2 is now very focused on a collaborative approach with partners in green hydrogen production and distribution for heavy mobility.
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Green Liquid Hydrogen fuel - decarbonizing our energy system towards zero carbon emission fuel.
In Phase 1 the project plans to deliver 100 t/d green liquid hydrogens, produced in India from renewable electricity to the Indian road transport market at a highly competitive price. Apart from maintaining the existing zero rating for fuel tax, the project does not require any subsidy to be commercially viable.
The production of LH2, or liquid hydrogen, typically involves a process called steam methane reforming. This process involves reacting natural gas with steam in the presence of a catalyst to produce hydrogen gas and carbon dioxide. The hydrogen gas is then cooled and compressed to form liquid hydrogen.