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RIL, L&T to spearhead setting up of green hydrogen, ammonia units at Kandla

Wednesday, 10 Apr 2024
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Reliance Industries (RIL) and Larsen and Toubro (L&T) along with Greenko Group and Welspun New Energy will be setting up green hydrogen and green ammonia units at Deendayal Port Authority (DPA) in Kandla, Gujarat. The green project could see a cumulative investment going up to Rs one lakh crore.

The Kandla port is targeting green ammonia production of seven MTPA and 1.4 MTPA of green hydrogen. The port authority had received expressions of interest (EoIs) for 14 land parcels of 300 acres each in October last year. Last month, DPA allotted the plots to the four companies. Of this, RIL has been allotted six plots, L&T has been allotted five, Greenko Group has bagged two and Welspun New Energy has been allotted one plot.

As part of the National Green Hydrogen Mission, the Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways (MoPSW) had nominated DPA, Paradip Port in Odisha and VO Chidambaranar Port in Tamil Nadu for development as hydrogen hubs by 2030. DPA had last year signed 13 MoUs with energy companies including ReNew EFuels, Torrent Power and NTPC Green Energy, among others.

The ports and shipping ministry has also drawn up a National Action Plan for green shipping. This involves the increased use of renewable energy (solar, wind) and clean fuels such as electric, CNG to reduce vehicle emissions at ports, with ammonia and hydrogen as a fuel for future use.

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