Union Minister Hardeep S Puri flags off India's first green hydrogen fuel cell bus

Union Minister Hardeep S Puri flags off India's first green hydrogen fuel cell bus

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Category : National Published on: September 28 2023

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  • On September 25, 2023, Union Petroleum Minister Hardeep Singh Puri inaugurated India's first green hydrogen fuel cell bus on the 'Kartavya Path' in Delhi.
  • India's ambition is to become a global hub of hydrogen production and export.
  • Environmental benefits of fuel cell buses: Zero harmful emissions and quick charging.
  • The higher energy density of hydrogen than conventional fuels.
  • Collaboration between Indian Oil and Tata Motors for indigenous fuel cell technology and infrastructure.
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