India’s First Waste-to-Hydrogen Plant by TGBL in Pune
Here’s an article posted in Business Standard.
According to the article,
- TheGreenBillions Ltd (TGBL) will set up India’s first solid waste-to-hydrogen plant in Pune at a cost of over Rs 430 crore.
- The plant will treat 350 tonnes of solid garbage every day by next year and produce 10 tonnes of hydrogen daily from waste.
- The PMC will pay Rs 347 per tonne to TGBL as tipping fee to treat the waste.
- The plant will be set up at Hadapsar Industrial Estate in Pune and will be operational for 30 years.
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