Gujarat aims to become the world’s center of green hydrogen in the next 12 years

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Rajput said Gujarat as a force would contribute significantly to the country’s economic growth. “We aim to make Gujarat a $500 billion economy by 2026-27 and a $1 trillion economy by 2030-32,” he said.

Gandhinagar. Gujarat aims to become the green hydrogen hub of the world by achieving an estimated capacity of 8 million tonnes per annum in the next 10-12 years. State Industries Minister Balwantsinh Rajput said this while addressing the plenary session on ‘Gujarat G20 Connect’ as part of the opening session of Business 20 India. Rajput said Gujarat as a force would contribute significantly to the country’s economic growth. “We aim to make Gujarat a $500 billion economy by 2026-27 and a $1 trillion economy by 2030-32,” he said.

Rajput said that Gujarat specifically aims to focus on green production processes for the new generation with visionary policies and a global agenda. He said, “In the next 10-12 years, we aim to become the hub of the world by achieving green hydrogen production capacity of 8 million tonnes per annum. This will help accelerate green production in energy intensive industries such as fertilizers, steel, chemicals and petroleum.

Rajput said Gujarat has been at the forefront of formulating policies to protect the environment and promote development. He said the state is focusing on developing electric vehicles, batteries, green hydrogen and green production processes. “We have recently set up a 30 GW green park in Kutch. Gujarat has enough land to support the production of solar and green energy, green hydrogen and ammonia.

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