ReNew Energy, in collaboration with JERA, is exploring the development of a green ammonia project in India

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ReNew Energy Global has signed an initial agreement with JERA Co Inc, Japan’s largest power generation company, to jointly evaluate development of a green ammonia production project in India.

Under the agreement, ReNew, through its subsidiary, ReNew E-Fuels Private Limited, and JERA will jointly evaluate development of a green ammonia production project in Paradip, Odisha. The project will utilise approximately 500 MW of high-capacity utilisation factor renewable energy to produce green hydrogen, a key feedstock for green ammonia. The project is likely to have a production capacity of approximately 100,000 tonnes of green ammonia annually by 2030. JERA will have the right to offtake this green ammonia for Japan. There will be a joint study to evaluate the commercial viability of the project.

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