By C-DEP Team
The Indian government has announced plans to establish green hydrogen and green ammonia bunkering and refuelling facilities at all major ports by 2035 as part of its efforts to reduce the country’s carbon footprint and achieve a zero-carbon emission goal. The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways (MoPSW) in its green port guidelines, ‘HaritSagar’ said that ports shall make an action plan for creating infrastructure at select ports for storage, bunkering and refuelling of green hydrogen within the targeted timelines.
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