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JERA and ReNew to collaborate on green ammonia production project

The green ammonia will be produced in India and supplied to Japan.

Japan’s JERA and ReNew E-Fuels Private Limited, a subsidiary of ReNew Energy Global entered into an agreement for the development of a green ammonia production project.

Under the agreement, the parties will develop ammonia production in Paradip in the Indian state of Odisha which uses around 500 megawatts of renewable energy to produce green hydrogen as a raw material to generate around 100,000 tonnes of green ammonia annually.

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The green ammonia produced of around 100,000 tonnes will be supplied to Japan annually.

This is in line with the Indian government’s schemes to support green hydrogen and ammonia under the National Green Hydrogen Mission. This is also in line with JERA’s goal to achieve zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050.

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