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Maire Tecnimont Group awarded contract for green hydrogen plant in India

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Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. has announced that its Indian subsidiary, Tecnimont Private Ltd (TCMPL), in collaboration with NextChem, has been awarded an EPC contract by Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL) to implement a 4.3 tpd green hydrogen production plant via a 10 MW PEM electrolysis unit to be located in Vijaipur, Central India.


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The contract’s overall value is confidential and in line for this type of project. The project’s scope of work entails full engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) up to commissioning, start-up of the plant, and a Performance Guarantee Test Run, while its completion is expected in 18 months from the letter of acceptance.

GAIL is the largest state-owned natural gas processing company with diversified activities across the whole natural gas value chain.

Alessandro Bernini, appointed CEO of Maire Tecnimont Group, commented: “In line with its National Hydrogen Mission, this project represents an important milestone of India's journey towards a hydrogen-based and carbon-neutral industry and economy, as well as a tangible confirmation of the steady growth of Maire Tecnimont’s Green Business. Blending green hydrogen into the gas network or using it as green feedstock to decarbonise the fertilizer and other hard-to-abate industrial processes are essential uses which are enabling the green hydrogen economy to accelerate and scale up. With our historical presence in India, we are proud to concretely contribute to the country’s 2030 decarbonisation targets".




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