New Delhi: With the continued focus on a clean environment, NTPC Limited has taken up the initiative of blending of green hydrogen in Piped Natural Gas (PNG) network of GGL (Gujarat Gas Limited) at NTPC Kawas.
A formal agreement between the two companies has been signed on Tuesday in the presence of Mohit Bhargava, CEO, NTPC REL & ED RE, NTPC and Shri. Sanjeev Kumar, MD-GGL & GSPL.
Green hydrogen will be produced by using electricity from the existing 1 MW floating solar project of NTPC Kawas. This will be blended with PNG in a predetermined proportion and will be used for cooking applications in NTPC Kawas Township.
Initially, the percentage of hydrogen blending in the PNG shall be around 5% and after successful completion, it shall be further increased.
NTPC Limited is the premier energy utility of the country with an installed capacity of 69 GW, with a diversified fuel mix. The NTPC group plans to achieve 60 GW of RE in a decade and is executing several pilot projects in the green hydrogen space.
GGL, is India's largest City Gas Distribution (CGD) Company and has presence across 43 districts in 6 states and 1 Union territory
This hydrogen blending project at NTPC Kawas is a pioneering effort and the first of its kind in the country. This is a step towards the decarbonization of the cooking sector and self-sufficiency for the energy requirements of the nation.
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