PSU Watch logo

| NRL inks pipeline ‘Right to Use’ sharing agreement with IGGL |   | Kolkata Metro: India's first underground metro bids farewell to non-AC rakes |   | After oil, gas price may see surge, upset CNG, PNG rates |   | South Central Railway (SCR) operated 500 Kisan Rails, transported 1.6L tonnes of agri produce since launch |   | Service rendered by govt, not its agency, only exempt from GST |   | Cochin Airport ventures into hydropower production |  

NTPC invites bids for setting up India’s first green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh

NTPC owned NTPC REL has invited a domestic tender to set up India’s first Green Hydrogen Fuelling Station in Leh, Ladakh
NTPC invites bids for setting up India’s first green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh
NTPC invites bids for setting up India’s first green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh

New Delhi: NTPC Renewable Energy Limited (NTPC REL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTPC Limited, has invited a domestic tender to set up India’s first green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh, Ladakh. The sale of bid documents would commence from July 31.

The tender follows the recent tender floated by NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited (NVVN) for the procurement of fuel cell buses for Ladakh. NTPC REL and NVVN would jointly be executing the green mobility project in the Union Territory of Ladakh. A dedicated 1.25 MW solar plant is also being set up in Leh by NTPC REL to make the hydrogen fuelling station completely green. The solar plant contract is expected to be awarded within a month.

NTPC REL has earlier signed a landmark MoU with the Union Territory of Ladakh for the development of green hydrogen technologies in the high altitude region. The successful completion of the project would usher in a new era of emission-free transport in and around Leh and India would be amongst few countries to take a lead in this coveted space.

ALSO READ

The project will be a definitive step towards building a cleaner and greener ecosystem in the region. The successful execution of the project will also ease the surface transport issues of the union territory of Ladakh and will prove to be a major boost to tourism in the region. (PSU Tender News)

(PSU Watch- India's Business News centre that places the spotlight on PSUs, Bureaucracy, Defence and Public Policy is now on Google News. Click here to follow. Also, join PSU Watch Channel in your Telegram. You may also follow us on Twitter here and stay updated.)