Tata Steel grants Rs 83 lakh for low carbon R&D projects

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Tata Steel Grants Rs 83 Lakh for Low Carbon R&D Projects

In partnership with the British High Commission in India, Tata Steel has offered its assistance for research and development (R&D) initiatives centred on low carbon hydrogen technology.

Tata Steel has provided money for two ground-breaking initiatives in the area of low carbon hydrogen totaling £80,000 (equal to INR 8.3 million) as part of the “UK-India Hydrogen Partnership Sprint Series.”

Participants are invited to submit their grant ideas for the project from both India and the UK, according to a statement released by Tata Steel. The progress and use of hydrogen technology for environmentally friendly industrial practises and the creation of strategies for hydrogen storage and purification are two major issues that the suggestions are anticipated to address.

Tata Steel’s contribution to low-carbon R&D initiatives demonstrates its dedication to fostering innovation and sustainability in the steel industry. Tata Steel wants to assist the advancement of effective and affordable hydrogen technologies in order to help the industrial landscape become more environmentally friendly and sustainable.

About Tata Steel:

Tata Steel Limited, a renowned multinational steel producer, operates from its base in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, and has its headquarters situated in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The company holds a significant position within the Tata Group, a prominent conglomerate with diverse business interests.

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