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Ohmium and Amp Energy India collaborate on green hydrogen projects

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Ohmium International, Inc., a green hydrogen company that designs, manufactures and deploys PEM electrolysers, is collaborating with Amp Energy India Private Ltd, a leading renewable energy IPP, to deploy 400 MW of green hydrogen projects. The deployments, aimed at mid-sized commercial and industrial projects of 25 MW or smaller, are planned to be installed over the next three years. Amp Energy India will utilise Ohmium’s unique interlocking modular PEM electrolysers, which provide a safe, modular, flexible, easy-to-install and maintain alternative to customised electrolysers.

“Green Hydrogen is an incredibly flexible clean energy solution – it can work for customers at the megawatt to gigawatt scale. We’re excited to work with Amp Energy India, one of India’s most successful renewable energy companies, to bring green hydrogen solutions to the commercial and industrial sector in India,” said Arne Ballantine, CEO of Ohmium International. “We look forward to showing how our modular, high-volume, low-cost PEM electrolysers can be deployed effectively and work for mid-sized customers.”

“We provide integrated renewable energy solutions to our customers and help smoothen their renewable energy transition journey. Green hydrogen is quickly becoming a key component in India’s renewable energy growth story and several industries are being incentivised to adopt green hydrogen. This collaboration with Ohmium which has a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in India will help us extend our business offerings to customers thereby providing them with a 'one stop shop' for green energy and hydrogen in India" said Pinaki Bhattacharya, MD & CEO, Amp Energy India.

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