Jakson Green to establish green hydrogen refuelling station in New Delhi

Jakson Green has announced that it is building a green hydrogen fueling station in Badarpur, New Delhi for a major Indian power firm. The green hydrogen fueling station entails the construction of a specialised and dedicated facility that will generate, compress, store, and dispense green hydrogen using green energy provided on-site by a hybrid renewable energy plant. 

According to the company, the fueling station would produce 260 kg of green hydrogen per day at a pressure of 350 bar, which will be used to fuel up to five intercity fuel cell electric vehicle buses. The company will also install a battery energy storage system supported by a renewable hybrid power plant into the station as part of the project, making it totally self-sustaining. The company anticipates that the project will offset 3.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide per day.

Recently, in April 2023, Jakson Green won a first-of-its-kind project from National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) to build a methanol synthesis facility in Vindhyachal, Madhya Pradesh. Methanol is a cleaner alternative fuel that can be used for various purposes, including power generation and transportation.

Also, in March 2023, Rail Vikas Nigam Limited announced signing a memorandum of understanding with Jakson Green to form a global joint venture for clean energy engineering, procurement and construction projects.