With India planning to produce five million tonnes of green hydrogen annually by 2030, to establish itself as a product and export hub, as well as to meet its own climate objectives, H2 View’s Snap Summit will hear from companies and organisations to address how the renewable energy hotspot that is India could fast-track its green hydrogen adoption.


Joining the Summit for its first session of the day, which will focus on the development of India’s mobility sector, Jaco Reijerkerk, Commercial Director of Ekinetix, will discuss the challenges facing the hydrogen mobility market.

With over 20 years of hydrogen experience in automotive applications, Reijerkerk is arguably one of Europe’s most experienced hydrogen specialists. Drawing from his time working at companies such as Daimler, Linde, and now Ekinetix, he plans to pass on lessons learned from Europe’s hydrogen mobility development.

In the final session of the summit, focused on hydrogen leadership in India, the panel will attempt to determine how the clean energy carrier can be fast-tracked in the country.

As the Indian multinational, Ador Group looks to further develop its electrolysis technology, Ravin Mirchandani, Executive Chairman of Ador Group will share his personal experiences of working in the core industrial gases business across the world, and manufacturing cryogenic storage and distribution products, as well as what Ador is doing to establish hydrogen solutions in India.

Joining Mirchandani in the final session is Saad Ashraf, Regional Business Head for India at Ceres. Having worked in the clean power industry for 16 years, Ashraf will provide insights and knowledge from Ceres as he heads up the company’s technology licensing business in India, complementing the country’s hydrogen aspirations.

The first tranche of speakers were unveiled on August 15: Speakers unlocked for India Snap Summit

More speakers will be announced in the coming days, while more information on the event and how to attend can be found here.