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NGEL signs MoU with Maharashtra to develop Green Hydrogen Projects

NTPC Green Energy Limited (NGEL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Maharashtra for the development of green hydrogen and derivatives (green ammonia, green methanol) up to 1 million tone per annum capacity.

NGEL signs MoU with Maharashtra to develop Green Hydrogen Projects

NGEL, Maharashtra signs MoU for develop Green Hydrogen Projects

The Maharashtra Government has signed MoU with NGEL as a part of green investment plan for the next five years. The agreement envisages a potential investment of approximately ₹ 80, 000 crores.

The agreement covers development of renewable energy projects with up to 5 GW of storage in the state, including 2 GW of pumped storage projects.

About NGEL

The full form of NGEL is "NTPC Green Energy Limited (NGEL)". NGEL is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTPC and aims to become the flag bearer of NTPC's renewable energy journey with the operationalization of 7 GW of renewable energy and operational capacity of 3.4 GW and over 26 GW.

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  • Formation of Maharashtra: 1 May 1960
  • Capital City of Maharashtra: Mumbai and Nagpur (Winter)
  • Largest City of Maharashtra: Mumbai
  • Total Districts in Maharashtra: 36
  • Governor of Maharashtra: Ramesh Bais
  • Chief Minister of Maharashtra: Eknath Shinde
  • Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra: Devendra Fadnavis (BJP) and  Ajit Pawar
  • Total number of assembly seats in Maharashtra: Bicameral Assembly (288 seats)
  • Parliamentary constituency in Maharashtra: Rajya Sabha (19 seats), Lok Sabha (48 seats)
  • Total Population of Maharashtra (2011): 112,374,333 (2nd)
  • Official languages of Maharashtra: Marathi
  • Literacy rate in Maharashtra (2011): 82.34%
  • Sex ratio in Maharashtra (2021): 966 ♀/1000 ♂ 

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