Jakson Green, India’s top green and new energy company, has received a one-of-a-kind deal from National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) to build a Methanol synthesis plant in Vindhyachal, Madhya Pradesh.
Methanol is a more environmentally friendly alternative fuel that can be used for a variety of applications, including power production and transit. The topic Methanol synthesis facility will be a component of NTPC’s Vindhyachal Thermal Power plant, with a capacity of 10 tonnes per day. (TPD).
The Methanol production unit is intended to transform 20 TPD CO2 to 10 TPD Methanol via a catalytic hydrogenation process that uses CO2 captured from power plant flue gas via a carbon capture unit and renewable hydrogen generated via electrolysis.
In collaboration with NTPC and their top Japanese technology provider for the Methanol synthesis process, Jakson Green will oversee the complete planning, engineering, procurement, and building of this project on a turnkey premise. The plant will be built quickly, and the company is optimistic that its success will pave the way for more such initiatives in the future.
Methanol production is a critical component in India’s shift to a low-carbon economy, and NTPC is leading the charge by creating this useful hydrocarbon and spreading its broad use for a cleaner, greener world. This facility will enhance India’s goal of becoming a Methanol economy, reducing India’s reliance on crude oil imports and reducing pollution.
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