Only a year and a half
after it was scheduled to open, the first hydrogen-dispensing station in India
should be up and running this fall. The hydrogen
will be supplied by Eden Energy Ltd
, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Hythane Company LLC. The station will be located in "the heart of Delhi at one of India's busiest natural gas
fuelling stations," according to Gasworld
. Alongside the hydrogen, Eden Energy will sell Hythane, that patented blend of hydrogen and natural gas.
There's a big push in India to move a lot of vehicles (at least 20 percent is the official goal) to hydrogen or hydrogen-based fuels by 2020. As we said earlier today
, the more gasoline vehicles there are in India, the less fuel there is for the rest of the world. Moving a million or more vehicles in India from hydrocarbons to hydrogen eases the oil crunch for others. Is this a good thing?