Jakson Green Private Limited has announced that it is developing a green hydrogen fuelling station at Badarpur, New Delhi for a major power company in India.
The project is expected to offset 3.7 tonnes of CO2 per day once operational. The green hydrogen fuelling station involves the establishment of a specialised and dedicated facility that will use the green energy generated on-site by a renewable hybrid to generate, compress, store, and dispense green hydrogen, utilising a hydrogen purification system. As a part of the project, the company will also incorporate a battery energy storage system backed renewable hybrid power plant within the station, making it a completely self-sustained facility. The fuelling station is expected to produce 260 kg of green hydrogen per day at a pressure of 350 bar that will be utilised to fuel up to five intercity fuel cell electric vehicle buses.