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Ceres attends India Energy Week

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Ceres Power has joined India Energy Week 2024 along with 35 000 attendees to discuss collaboration across industry to deliver India’s energy transition goals. In line with that vision, Ceres can also update that its 1 MW scale electrolyser for green hydrogen has successfully completed testing and is now en route to Shell's site in Bengaluru, India. Shell and Ceres will demonstrate the system to substantiate its performance, cost, and operational functionality.

Phil Caldwell, CEO of Ceres, commented: “Ceres is engaged across the hydrogen value chain to build the market for its highly efficient solid oxide technology in hard-to-abate, high temperature industrial processes, such as green steel, ammonia and synthetic fuels. Ceres’ technology has the potential to reduce the overall costs for green hydrogen by 25%, and we welcome this opportunity to exchange insights with industry and government to facilitate further collaboration in India.”

India’s National Green Hydrogen Mission targets the development of 5 million tpy of green hydrogen by 2030, which would require the installation over 60G W of electrolyser capacity. Ceres, with its mature and highly differentiated technology and licensing business model, is well-placed to support this localisation mission.

In January 2024, Ceres signed its latest licensing agreement with Delta Electronics, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions. This partnership entails commercialisation of both fuel cell and electrolyser applications for the global market.

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