US-India
Hydrogen Task Force

Members

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Mission & Vison

The Hydrogen Task Force aims to enable a robust Hydrogen Economy with “affordable greener hydrogen” through a structured collaborative framework with the mission:

To energize the Government of India’s Hydrogen economy vision through policy and regulatory recommendations

To encourage cutting-edge technology development, assistance & deployment of current technologies across the Hydrogen value chain

To conceptualise pilots and scale it up for adoption

The HTF aims to serve as a forum for thought leaders to achieve affordable hydrogen solutions, with the vision to enhance energy security and resilience by scaling up low/zero carbon hydrogen technologies and deployment.

Composition of the HTF

The Working Group would be co-led by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (GOI) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Membership would also include stakeholders from industry in India and the United States and be organized into sub-committees tasked with developing technology and/or policy recommendations for each area of focus. The U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum would provide secretariat support related to communication and convening meetings.

Working Groups

Hydrogen
Production

Industrial

Mobility

Hydrogen
Finance

Renewable
Energy Storage