The project plans to produce 1.2 million tonnes of green hydrogen and ammonia per year, with an additional ‘captive solar unit’. ACME Group have said construction will take place between 2022 and 2027.

Over the past year, India’s interest in hydrogen has dramatically increased, with the unveiling of the country’s National Hydrogen Mission, which plans to cut carbon-emissions and meet its climate targets.

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Manoj Kr Upadhyay, founder and Chairman of ACME Group, said, “We are delighted to partner with the State of Karnataka in developing one of the largest and earliest green ammonia projects in the world.

“We will be a formidable player in accelerating the adoption of the green fuel globally. We are grateful to the Government of Karnataka for their vision in building the state as a green hydrogen hub and extending their full support to this project.”

H2 View understands the Government of Karnataka will facilitate ACME Group in obtaining registration, approvals, and clearances.

Basavaraj Bommai, Chief Minister of Karnataka, commented, “It has been proved again that Karnataka is the most ideal destination for investments.

“Karnataka has been successful in drawing highest Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) among the states in the country. The FDI inflow during the last three quarters is testimony to this achievement.”


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