Along with Reliance, veteran heavy vehicle manufacturer Ashok Leyland also introduced its hydrogen-powered trucks. According to the company, its aim is to create an alternative to different types of fuel segments in the country.
Vehicle manufacturers are now shifting their focus from conventional petrol-diesel vehicles to clean energy driven vehicles. So that the serious problem of pollution can be avoided. Electric cars are now entering the Indian auto market one after the other, meanwhile, Reliance Industries today introduced its 'hydrogen' powered truck in the heavy vehicle segment at 'India Energy Week'. Next, we are going to give you information about this only.
India's first hydrogen powered truck
This hydrogen (H2-ICE) powered truck, introduced by Reliance Industries, became the first such truck in the country. The power capacity of this hydrogen-powered truck is similar to that of a combustion engine, but carbon emissions are negligible. Because water and oxygen come out as emissions in hydrogen powered vehicles.
Ashok Leyland has also introduced hydrogen truck
Along with Reliance, veteran heavy vehicle manufacturer Ashok Leyland also introduced its hydrogen-powered trucks. According to the company, its aim is to create an alternative to different types of fuel segments in the country, as well as move towards 'self-reliant India'.
Toyota hydrogen car
Car manufacturer Toyota has introduced the prototype model (Hydrogen Mirai) of its first hydrogen car in India.
Projects starting for green energy
To promote green energy in the country, Reliance Industries is going to start several projects in Gujarat as part of its decarbonization drive. The company will invest 6 lakh crores in it. So that along with 100 GW electricity power grid, green hydrogen ecosystem can also be developed. In which about 5 lakh crore investment will be done in the next 10-15 years.