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IOCL in talks with state transport utilities for hydrogen projects

Thursday, 07 Oct 2021
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The Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) is in talks with state transport undertakings of Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat to set up hydrogen manufacturing units and refuelling stations. 
 
Moreover, the company has also set a target of converting at least 10 percent of its hydrogen consumption at refineries to green hydrogen soon. 
 
The Uttar Pradesh unit will be near Mathura refinery, while the one in Gujarat will be close to Baroda refinery. The plan is to run 10-20 buses in both the states in initial phase. 
 
In Kerala, the plan is to come up with a stand-alone green hydrogen manufacturing unit from Cochin International Airports’ solar power facility. 
 
Kochi is the world’s first fully solar-powered airport with a total capacity of 40 MW-peak, helping it produce about 1,60,000 units of power a day, against its daily consumption of nearly 1,30,000 units. 
 
The company has also set a target of converting 10 percent of its hydrogen usage at refineries to green sources soon. 
 
As a first step towards this, 10 percent of the usage in the Mathura refinery will be converted to green sources by 2024. The company had announced in its annual general meeting held in August 2021 that it may soon set up the nation's first Green Hydrogen plant at Mathura Refinery. The unit is likely to have a capacity of around 1,60,000 bpd. 
 
The government is planning to make it mandatory for these selected areas to use green hydrogen to meet 0.15 percent of their total hydrogen requirements by 2024.
 
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