National Green Hydrogen Mission to help achieve net-zero emissions

Amidst the swift pace at which the human civilization has developed over the past century, there are prospects of the entire race hitting the reset button. Albert Einstein had famously said, “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones”. Although this was quipped in humorous taste, the transpiring of present circumstances has made a preponderance of individuals contemplate on the seriousness of it.  

 

Amidst efforts to ensure sustainable development, India is at the forefront of yielding net-zero carbon emissions. India has also outlined plans under the National Green Hydrogen Mission to become the largest global manufacturing hub of Green Hydrogen. In numerical terms, the mission’s objective is to realize a production capacity of at least 5 million metric tonnes, with a concomitant renewable energy capacity of nearly 125 GW by 2030. 

 

As India undergoes this transition, there will be a lot of opportunities available to seize by people stemming from different hierarchies. For middle class citizens, there will be a generation of job opportunities aplenty, with apposite training to be provided as stated by Adani Group during the Global Investors’ Summit. For executives and conglomerates, the rising incentive to attain renewable energy goals will subsequently lower cost of input materials like electrolysers due to better R&D investments. This will steer local players of India on the path to become global competitors, and make the next generation one step ahead of the present one.

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