Advance Hydrogen On Demand System For Fuel Efficiency And Emissions Minimization.
Reduce carbon Emission by 85%
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Pioneering Hydrogen fuel technology for sustainable mobility
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in our planet and it only makes sense to use it as a fuel for the future of mobility. We have developed an Advanced Hydrogen On Demand System (AHODS) to eliminate all storage issues of Hydrogen fuel and make it feasible to be used in all types of vehicles safely.
First part of sixth assessment report of IPCC.
"Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis".
Heatwaves and humid heat stress will become intense and frequent over southeast Asia in the last of 21st century.
Both annual and summer rain will be higher than Long Period Average.....
Second part of sixth assessment report of IPCC.
"Climate change impacts, risks and vulnerabilities, and adaptation options".
This report emphasized that over 3.5 billion people, over 45% of the global population, is living in areas highly vulnerable to climate change. And the report identifies India as highly vulnerable to climate change, several region and important cities is at the risk of climate disasters such as flooding, sea-level rise and heat-waves......
Third part of sixth assessment report of IPCC.
"Climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation options".
In 2019, global net anthropogenic Green House Gases (GHG) emissions were at 59 Gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (GtCO2e), 54% higher than in 1990.
This emissions growth has been driven mainly by CO2 emissions from the burning of fossil fuels ( vehicular emission) and the industrial sector, as well as methane emissions.......
"India And Its Commitment & Policy Toward To Mitigate Climate Disaster".
India's Glasgow summit
In 2021, India declared its targets at COP 26 in Glasgow to mitigate impact of climate change.
India will increase its non-fossil fuel energy capacity to 500 gigawatt (GW) by 2030.
It will meet 50 per cent of its energy requirements from renewable sources by 2030.
The total projected carbon emissions will be reduced by 1 billion tonnes from now through 2030.
The carbon intensity of its economy will be brought down to less than 45 per cent.
India will achieve its target of net zero by 2070
Making India a technology leader by setting up Design, Development, Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Market for reduction in fossil fuel leading to a zero emission ecosystem.
To achieve 1 million fuel reduction devices in automotive and industrial applications profitably by 2025.
Fostering and promoting use of science & technology to bring health and happiness in the lives of people.
Collaborate and create partnership .