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India: seizing the renewable opportunity
India is among the world’s largest ammonia producers, representing 8% of global production. Most of this ammonia is converted to fertilizers for India’s agricultural sector, in particular urea. India has huge potential to produce renewable ammonia at a competitive cost, attracting the interest of key global players. With new government policy emerging and new projects being announced, momentum is building to establish a domestic renewable ammonia sector in India.

ACME Group is a global renewable energy company, headquartered in Gurugram. In late 2021, ACME started operating a pilot-scale, renewable ammonia plant in Bikaner, serving as a first step towards world-scale projects in India and Oman. The India Hydrogen Alliance (IH2A) is an industry-led coalition focused on materializing the domestic hydrogen supply chain in India, via the creation of a national ‘Bharat H2’ (‘India H2’) roadmap and implementation plan. And this industry momentum is complemented by new research at the University College London, which has identified the ideal locations for renewable ammonia production locations in India.

To discuss the opportunities for renewable ammonia production in the India and key next steps, Syed Hussain Naqvi (Chief Technology Officer, ACME), Amrit Singh Deo (Representative India Hydrogen Alliance, Senior Managing Director FTI Consulting) & Richard Nayak-Luke (Lecturer, University College London) will be joined in conversation by AEA Technology Manager Kevin Rouwenhorst. Join us on Monday 20 March @ 4 PM IST (India Standard Time) for a fascinating discussion, and be sure to submit your questions for the speakers when registering.

Mar 20, 2023 04:00 PM in India

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