BHEL enters into Technology Transfer Agreement (TTA) with BARC for 50 kW alkaline electrolyser system

According to the information provided in the exchange filing, the well-proven technology offered by BARC is indigenously developed and has high local material content.

BHEL enters into Technology Transfer Agreement (TTA) with BARC for 50 kW alkaline electrolyser system

State-owned entity Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has entered into a Technology Transfer Agreement (TTA) with Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) for a 50 kW alkaline electrolyzer system for Hydrogen production.

According to the information provided in the exchange filing, the well-proven technology offered by BARC is indigenously developed and has high local material content. 

The agreement was signed in the presence of Mr. Jai Prakash Srivastava, Director (Engineering, Research & Development), BHEL by Mr. K. Ravishankar, Executive Director (Corporate Technology Management and Corp R&D), BHEL, and Dr. S. Adhikari, Associate Director (Knowledge Management Group), BARC.

 

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 BHEL through this collaboration with BARC intends to scale up Indigenous Alkaline Electrolyser Technology and commercialize it for application in sectors such as refineries, fertilizer, steel, transportation, etc. This will be a step further in BHEL’s contribution to the ‘National Green Hydrogen Mission’ and ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’. Yours sincerely (Sayed Salahuddin) Dy. Manager, Corporate Communication, BHEL

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