Green Hydrogen Training Workshop

Steinbeis organised a Training Workshop on Green Hydrogen Economy, Technology and Transition from 29-30 Sep at New Delhi. The training was supported by Indo-German Energy Forum (IGEF-SO). Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Vineet Goyal, CEO - Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer in India, said “Steinbeis is taking a significant step towards Green Hydrogen Economy in India.  It is definitely a catalyst to clean energy in India and in line with the vision of the government.

The Workshop had four technical sessions covering various aspects such as the opportunities arising from the Indian Hydrogen Policy and understanding the future policy direction with a session on European Hydrogen Policy, Research Directions and the cluster approach being followed there. The participants were exposed to the complete package and techno-economics comprising a Green Hydrogen Project and also worked on sample tenders brought out recently in India. Thereafter the electrolyser technology, social and legal issues and safety issues were discussed by subject matter experts. The last session covered important topics such as Global Green Hydrogen Alliance for Research and Technology Management, Technological Challenges in Manufacturing Green / Bio-Hydrogen, Hydrogen fuels for high power applications, Techno-Economics and challenges of a typical Hydrogen Mobility project. 

The experts involved as Faculty were Mr. Vineet Kumar Goyal, Director, Steinbeis India & Coordinator – Steinbeis Indo-German Hydrogen Consortium, Dr. Michael Schlick, Technische Hochschule Ulm, Core Member - Fuel Cell Cluster of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Agency for New Mobility and Advisor – Hydrogen Energy, Steinbeis India, Dr. Shivani Sharma, Principal Technical Consultant, Hitachi Energy India, Dr. Bertram Lohmueller, Director EABW, SGIT and DSE Green Technologies European Hydrogen Consortium, Dr. Debasish Roy, CXO - Engineering Industry, Ex-L&T, Suzlon Energy and ABB, Prof Indrajit Shown, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science (HITS), Chennai, Dr. Chitra Rajagopal, Hydrogen Centre of Excellence, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Ms. Jyotsna Chaturvedi, Principal Associate, Maheshwari & Co., Advocates & Legal Consultants, Dr S. Venkata Mohan, Chief Scientist & Co- Chair, Dept of Energy & Environmental Engineering, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology – CSIR, Govt. of India, and Mr. Gurusathya Rajasekar, Director – Engineering and Research - India, Rolls-Royce Solutions.

Over 35 participants from Government, Research Institutions and Industry participated in the Training Program. On the sidelines of the Training Workshop, there were discussions on setting-up of a Green Hydrogen Training Centre with CSIR, technology transfer and setting-up of Electrolyser Manufacturing Plant with Waaree Energies Ltd., and setting-up a Green Hydrogen Industrial Estate with Indo-German Industry Cluster with Mahatma Phule Renewable Energy and Infrastructure Technology Limited (MAHAPREIT), (Subsidiary Of MPBCDC, Government of Maharashtra Undertaking).

For more information please contact Mr. Vineet Goyal, CEO, vineet(at)