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India has potential to become energy exporter of green hydrogene

India has potential to become energy exporter of green hydrogene

New Delhi, Sep 4 (Prensa Latina) India has the geographic advantage and potential to switch from a net fossil energy importer to a clean energy exporter with focus on green hydrogen, Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh said on Friday.
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Addressing the International Climate Summit 2021- Powering India’s Hydrogen Ecosystem, Singh said India has a large proportion of the world’s population and unless it participates in the mission for clean climate, the world would not be able to see optimum results.

Singh claimed that it is necessary to ensure economic viability of green hydrogen technology and assured all stakeholders of government support.

Referring to the National Hydrogen Mission announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his Independence Day speech, Singh said this reflects the India’s commitment to working on mitigating climate change.

He stressed the problem of climate change cannot be solved unless India reduces its emissions and that the country has taken various initiatives in the area of clean energy.

‘For India, it is not only a mission but also a responsibility, to not only to its own countrymen but also to mankind as a whole,’ Singh said.

He stated that 90% of India’s energy demand is met by imported fossil fuel, but the country´s share of renewable energy is also going up each day and it is expected to reach 50% by 2030.

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