in ,

Centre Issues Guidelines for Funding Green Hydrogen Mission, Allocates Rs 200 Crore Till 2025-26


The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has issued guidelines for funding testing facilities, infrastructure, and institutional support under the National Green Hydrogen Mission. The scheme, implemented by the National Institute of Solar Energy, aims to identify gaps in existing testing facilities for Green Hydrogen components, technologies, and processes.

With a total budgetary outlay of Rs 200 crore till 2025-26, the scheme will support the creation of new testing facilities and upgradation of existing ones to ensure safe and secure operations. The mission aims to develop robust quality and performance testing facilities to ensure quality, sustainability, and safety in Green Hydrogen production and trade.

The National Green Hydrogen Mission, launched on January 4 last year, has an outlay of over Rs 19,700 crore up to Financial Year 2029-30. The mission aligns with India’s goal to become Aatma Nirbhar through clean energy and inspire the global Clean Energy Transition. It is expected to lead to significant decarbonization of the economy, reduced dependence on fossil fuel imports, and enable India to assume technology and market leadership in Green Hydrogen.

Written by Zamir Azad

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

PM Modi Calls for Global Unity Against Terrorism at SCO Summit

“IMD Issues Red Alert for Heavy Rainfall in Uttarakhand, North-East India; Warns of Extremely Heavy Rainfall in West Bengal, Odisha