Indian Ministry of Steel Unveils National Green Hydrogen Mission
Here’s an article posted in Mercom India that talks about the contribution of the Indian ministry for the National green Hydrogen mission.
According to the article,
- Indian Ministry of Steel has launched the National Green Hydrogen Mission.
- A budget of ₹4.55 billion (~$55 million) has been allocated for pilot projects on green hydrogen in the iron and steel industry.
- The initiative aims to promote the use of green hydrogen in steelmaking through research, development, and demonstration activities.
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