According to a PTI report, Indian stainless steel giant Jindal Stainless has partnered with Hygenco India to set up a green hydrogen plant to reduce its carbon emissions by nearly 2,700 tonnes per annum. JSL's Managing Director Mr Abhyuday Jindal said that “The green hydrogen plant will catalyze its transition from thermal to clean energy in the Indian manufacturing space. Going forward, we will continue our Environmental, Social and Governance efforts to achieve net zero emissions and power conservation.'' According to JSL, it reduced carbon emissions by 3,100 tonnes during 2021-22, and initiated a switch from a thermal energy-intensive manufacturing setup to renewable energy alternatives such as solar and wind power.Hygenco is a venture backed by Vivaan Solar, a leading solar developer and renewables EPC player in India. Hygenco aims to be a global leader in deploying Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia powered industry solutions. It develops and deploys scaled-up commercially attractive Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia production assets.