Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari spoke about his dream of making India the hub of Green Hydrogen in the future and diversifying the automobile market towards ethanol and Green Hydrogen.
Addressing an event organized by the FICCI Ladies Organization (FLO) in Hyderabad, he spoke about the importance of green hydrogen, describing it as major fuel in the future. India has set a target of cutting 45% of greenhouse emissions by the year 2030 and vehicular pollution is one of the major contributors to the pollution.
"I was just telling chamber of commerce people, who met me, that green hydrogen is the future. Now, you can make green hydrogen not only from water, but you can make green hydrogen from organic waste," said Nitin Gadkari. "Our dream is to export green hydrogen to the world," he said. On March 30.