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Green Hydrogen Bid by Inox Air in India

Here’s a post by EQMAGPro gathering the details:

  • Inox Air Products Ltd, India’s largest manufacturer of industrial and medical gases, is set to enter the green hydrogen business with a massive investment plan.
  • The company plans to invest up to ₹10,000 crore in the green hydrogen segment, which is part of India’s National Green Hydrogen Mission.
  • India aims to become a global leader in green hydrogen and has set a target of creating 5 million tonnes of capacity by 2030.

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