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Govt extends deadline for R&D proposals under National Green Hydrogen Mission

Wednesday, 10 Apr 2024
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The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) has issued guidelines for implementation of R&D Scheme under the National Green Hydrogen Mission. Subsequent to the issue of the guidelines, the Ministry issued Call for Proposals on 16 March, 2024.

However, in view of the request for more time for submission of R&D proposals, and to allow sufficient time to the institutions, the Ministry has extended the deadline for submission of proposals to 27 April, 2024. The R&D scheme seeks to make the production, storage, transportation and utilisation of green hydrogen more affordable, while improving efficiency and reliability of the processes and technologies involved in the green hydrogen value chain.

The scheme also aims to foster partnerships among industry, academia and government towards building an innovation ecosystem for green hydrogen technologies. It would enable the scaling up and commercialisation of these technologies by providing the necessary policy and regulatory support.

The scheme will be implemented with a total budgetary outlay of Rs 400 crore till the financial year 2025-26. The support under the R&D program includes all segments in the value chain, namely, production, storage, compression, transportation, and utilisation.  In addition, MSMEs and start-ups working on indigenous technology development will also be encouraged under the scheme.


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