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India's delayed approval of hydrogen as a fuel: Implications and road ahead

While the country's work on hydrogen has trailed leaders, it could gather speed once the labelled buses roll around Delhi. Private sector firms too are starting to show interest

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hydrogen fuel | Ratan Tata | Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

Subhomoy Bhattacharjee  |  New Delhi 



Hydrogen auto fuel
Hydrogen auto fuel

True to form, India has taken close to four years to approve plans to use hydrogen as a commercial fuel. On Monday, the allowed use of combined hydrogen and CNG (18 per cent mix of hydrogen) in automobiles. The first set of 50-odd DTC buses powered by this mix called Hythane shall hopefully begin their commercial trips soon.

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First Published: Wed, September 30 2020. 18:13 IST

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