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Tata Steel working towards green hydrogen: Sanjiv Paul


Jamshedpur, May 10:  Tata Steel Vice President (Sustainability and Safety) Sanjiv Paul, speaking as Guest of Honour at first of a series of talks on Responsive Transitional Policy (RE-STRAP) entitled, ‘Getting to the Green Frontier: A Net Zero Development Model for India’ organized by Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) Jharkhand Desk, said, “Tata Steel is working on green hydrogen to help decarbonise industry and cut emissions. In the coming decades the Company’s production will double but we need to think about the environment and take steps to reduce CO2 emissions. The world is progressing, medical science is progressing and along with this the population is also increasing. World’s population has increased by 175 percent which is directly impacting our natural resources and if we want to save our planet, we will have to be aware of climate change.”

He said, “India currently produces 110 million tonnes of steel, which will increase to 450 million tonnes by 2050. Tata Steel will also have to double its production to about 80 million tonnes. This calls for latest technology that will not only enhance production capacity but also ensure a safe environment.”

Experts have stated that green hydrogen was a clean fuel extracted by splitting water components oxygen and hydrogen.

Green hydrogen is clean fuel derived by splitting water and its two components hydrogen and oxygen and using renewable energy like solar power. Hydro energy does not emit environmental pollutents. Tata Steel is working towards producing and using green hydrogen to preserve environment and life.”

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