Indian supreme court requests feasibility study from central government to review how the hydrogen economy can improve their “severely dangerous” smog

November 19, 2019 |

In India, the smog levels in Delhi have once again reached a “severely dangerous” level, and the Indian government is considering leveraging hydrogen as a mitigation method. The smog level prompted India’s supreme court to scrutinize the central government for neglecting to limit harmful conditions. India’s solicitor general later told the supreme court that the central government is looking into using renewable hydrogen and fuel-cell technology across New Delhi. The supreme court has subsequently requested that the federal government explore the feasibility of hydrogen-based automotive fuel, and the full report is expected to be presented in early December. 

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