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  • Green Hydrogen Project of Jakson Group in Rajasthan

    Here’s an article in The Hindu Business Line that talks about Jakson Group’s GH2 project in Rajasthan.

    According to the article,

    • Jakson Group plans to invest US$ 2.8 billion in a green ammonia and green hydrogen project in Rajasthan, India.
    • The project includes a 3,65,000 tons per annum green hydrogen and green ammonia plant, along with an integrated hybrid renewable power complex.
    • The Government of Rajasthan has provided support by facilitating necessary registrations, approvals, clearances, and incentives for the project.
    • Jakson Green aims to reduce the production cost of green hydrogen and green ammonia by more than 50% to make it competitive.

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