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Green hydrogen, biofuels and batteries—three essential components of India’s energy security

A factory worker at a facility of Log9 Materials in Bengaluru which makes both Lithium FerroPhosphate and Lithium Titanate batteries; (Photo: Bandeep Singh)

A factory worker at a facility of Log9 Materials in Bengaluru which makes both Lithium FerroPhosphate and Lithium Titanate batteries; (Photo: Bandeep Singh)

M.G. Arun

ISSUE DATE: Aug 28, 2023 | UPDATED: Aug 19, 2023 17:32 IST

A whole global movement is afoot to bring down carbon emissions by reducing the use of fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas, petrol and diesel. Green hydrogen is a key element here. A few Indian private sector behemoths have entered the fray, but the technological acumen has to be onboarded through tie-ups with global firms. Biofuels are another critical component in this game. A coherent, unambiguous policy would help expand their share in our energy basket—for one, by upping biofuel offtake by refineries. At the same time, India has to rapidly create an ecosystem for battery technology as it presses the pedal on electric mobility.

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