India’s Energy Transition Towards A Green Hydrogen Economy

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[co-author: Roy Prasanto]

India is motivated towards stronger energy transition actions beyond its current climate change initiatives, aggressive renewable energy, electric vehicle (EV) Infrastructure buildout; and energy diplomacy initiatives. The imperative to de-carbonise the Indian economy is drawn from the poor air quality in Indian cities, high fossil fuel import bill and concerns about India’s energy security.

Despite national efforts with climate change actions, India’s fossil fuel consumption, of both oil and gas, as well as that of coal, is expected to continue to rise to meet the economy’s voracious appetite for energy in any form. Electric vehicles, battery technology and renewable energy growth seemed to offer the only hope to de-carbonise the economy with unanswered questions of energy storage and critical supplies of battery components, including rare earths and metals, creating only a tentative path for energy transition and a zero-carbon future.

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