Hydrogen Electrolyser

Championing Sustainability: Paving the Way for a Cleaner and Greener India

Introducing the latest addition to the AGPL family – our cutting-edge electrolyser manufacturing and assembly unit situated in Kadi, Gujarat. Boasting a remarkable 250MW capacity developed in three phases, this facility positions us as a premier provider in electrolyser production, supported by advanced technology and extensive industry expertise.

Committed to sustainable energy solutions, we focus on producing high-quality electrolysis systems to facilitate the efficient generation of hydrogen – a clean and versatile energy source. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities, coupled with rigorous quality control measures, aim to meet the surging global demand for electrolysis solutions.

Embark on this thrilling journey toward a greener future with us as we revolutionize the hydrogen industry through our new electrolyser manufacturing and assembly unit.

Green Hydrogen electrolyser technology offers unparalleled flexibility, finding applications in diverse settings – from small-scale hydrogen production for homes to large-scale industrial use. This technology plays a crucial role in storing excess renewable energy during periods of low demand, ensuring a stable power supply for homes and businesses during peak demand.

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    Ms. Rutvi Sheth

    Green Hydrogen electrolyser modern technology is used to produce hydrogen fuel cells which easily convert hydrogen into electricity. When a hydrogen atom is fed into a fuel cell, it combines with oxygen to produce water and electricity. This process is highly efficient, with fuel cells converting up to 60% of the energy in hydrogen into electricity, compared to just 25-30% for internal combustion engines. Green Hydrogen electrolyser technology helps to address this challenge by allowing excess renewable energy to be stored as hydrogen, which can then be used to generate electricity when needed. This enables the use of renewable energy on a much larger scale, making it possible to power entire cities and regions with clean energy.

    Alkaline Electrolyser

    Electrolyser Main featuers

    Item Unit GFEL-200/1.6(3.2) GFEL-500/1.6 GFEL-1000/1.6
    Hydrogen Production Nm3/h 200 500 1000
    Operating Pressure MPa (G) 1.6(3.2) 1.6 1.6
    Rated Current A(DC) 85-92 85-92 85-92
    DC Power consumption Kwh/(Nm3 H2) 4.0-4.3 4.1-4.4 4.1-4.44
    DI Water Consumption L/H <180 <450 <900
    KOH Electrolyte Concentration Wt% 30 30 30
    System Type One   Container skid system Container skid systems Skid mounted system
    Purity Percentage 99.99% 99.99% 99.99%
    Dew Point Degree Celsius -70 degree -70 degree -70 degree
    Temperature of H2 Degree Celsius <40 <40 <40
    Operating Temperature Degree Celsius 85-92 85-92 85-92

    Advait Infratech Ltd Secures Bid for Electrolyser Manufacturing Incentives Amid India's Green Hydrogen Initiative

    Advait Infratech Limited is one of the six firms that have emerged as successful bidders for getting incentives to set up facilities to manufacture electrolysers, a critical component required for green hydrogen production.

    Advait Infratech Limited, in consortium with Rajesh Power Service Private Limited, has secured a contract for a 100 MW project, valued at Rs 148 crores (maximum).
    The proposals were submitted in response to a tender issued by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), which invited participants to establish a manufacturing capacity of 1.5 gigawatts for electrolysers, according to a statement from SECI. In January 2023, the Union Cabinet sanctioned the National Green Hydrogen Mission (NGHM) with a budget of Rs 19,744 crore, aiming to position India as a global centre for the production of this environmentally friendly energy source.

    The mission anticipates the creation of a green hydrogen production capacity of 5 million metric tonnes per year by 2030. Its objectives encompass the global development of India in the realms of green hydrogen and its derivatives, fostering international collaboration in hydrogen and fuel cell initiatives.

    In the initial phase, the mission calls for the establishment of two green hydrogen hubs. The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways has identified three major ports – Deendayal, Paradip, and V O Chidambaranar (Tuticorin) Ports – to be transformed into hydrogen hubs.