Indian Oil Corporation has commissioned India’s first Hydrogen-Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel dispensing station at its research & development centre in Faridabad, Haryana.
The pilot station provides a hands-on experience with on-site Hydrogen production, storage, distribution and supply. Some of the other projects of the firm include the development of Hydrogen-powered three-wheeler and bus engines in association with SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers), conversion of CNG three-wheelers and buses to H-CNG mixture as well as development of Hydrogen conversion kits for portable gensets. Read More
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