At a recent Green Hydrogen in India conference organised by Renewable Watch, Amrit Singh Deo, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting discussed the status of enabling policies, partnerships, commercial-scale projects and outlook for green hydrogen development in India.
According to him, for building commercially-viable green hydrogen hubs in India, public-private partnerships are required to accelerate the hydrogen economy and build USD 5 bn in enterprise value alone. Further, hydrogen hub production, storage and evacuation infrastructure development will require government participation (as equity partner), inducing demand by enabling guaranteed offtake for early defined volume, and incentives for infra development over first 7 years (2024-30).
Further, large-scale hubs will be commercially viable with offtake prices between USD 6-4.25 between 2024-30, for delivered green hydrogen prices.
Access his presentation here