ES Ranganathan Talks About The Future Of Energy Sources
The global energy landscape is evolving rapidly, driven by the need for sustainable and cleaner alternatives to traditional fossil fuels. With news of global warming coming up every day, governments throughout the world have started working on reducing their carbon footprint.
Energy sources used worldwide encompass a mix of fossil fuels, renewable energy, and nuclear power. Fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas, continue to dominate the global energy landscape despite concerns about climate change. These fuels have historically been relied upon for their abundance and energy density. However, due to their significant carbon emissions and environmental impact, efforts are underway to reduce their usage and transition to cleaner alternatives.
Where does India stand in its quest to cut hydrocarbon emissions? Let’s take a look at the green hydrogen mission of India with ES Ranganathan.
Hydrocarbon emissions are a major concern globally, contributing to climate change and environmental degradation. India, as a responsible global citizen, is committed to reducing its hydrocarbon emissions. One of the key initiatives in this regard is the National Green Hydrogen Mission which is working on Hydrogen Energy for future energy needs. ES Ranganathan, an expert in the Oil and Energy industry talks about the Green Hydrogen future.
ES Ranganathan Sheds Light on India's Promising Green Hydrogen Advancements
According to ES Ranganathan, former Marketing Director of GAIL, India possesses abundant renewable energy resources, presenting a significant opportunity to produce Green Hydrogen on a global scale. He believes that India’s potential can be harnessed to establish a robust Green Hydrogen ecosystem. In line with this vision, the National Green Hydrogen Mission is set to provide a comprehensive action plan, fostering a systemic response to the opportunities and challenges inherent in this burgeoning sector. Ranganathan emphasizes the mission’s goal of catalysing the growth of Green Hydrogen and creating a favourable environment for its development in India.