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    L&T starts up green hydrogen plant at Hazira manufacturing complex.

    September 16, 2022 - PetroChemical News


      Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has commissioned a new green hydrogen facility at its AM Naik Heavy Engineering Complex in Hazira, Gujarat, India. The plant, based on an alkaline electrolysis process, will produce 45 kg/d of green hydrogen, which L&T will use for captive consumption in its Hazira manufacturing complex. L&T's new plant is designed for an electrolyzer capacity of 800 kW comprising both alkaline and PEM technologies, and will be powered by a rooftop solar plant and a battery energy storage system. As part of the first phase, the alkaline electrolyzer was installed, while the PEM electrolyzer along with solar plant capacity augmentation will be part of a future expansion. The Hazira site is equipped to manufacture extra-large and very heavy equipment for chemical, refinery, petrochemical & fertilizer industries, as well as power projects, which can be shipped out via waterways. Original Source: PetroChemical News,


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