State-owned GAIL (India) Ltd will build India’s largest green hydrogen-making plant as it looks to supplement its natural gas business with carbon-free fuel. Speaking at India Energy Forum by CERAWeek, GAIL chairman and managing director Manoj Jain said the company has floated a global tender to procure an electrolyser.
“It will take 12-14 months to put the plant,” he said adding the company has finalised 2-3 sites for the unit including one at Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh.
Jain said the plant planned is for 10MW capacity, the largest announced so far in the country.
State electricity producer NTPC has announced a 5MW green hydrogen plant.