It's a monumental moment in APChemi's history. We're proud to announce that, in collaboration with Plastic Center Denmark and Aalborg University Denmark, we've secured a groundbreaking €2.3 million from the Indo-Danish Green Hydrogen Funding Call.
Our pioneering project launched at the 11th Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation Event - CEM-14/MI-8 in Goa, aims to produce Green Hydrogen from Plastic and Biomass Waste. This innovative approach, as part of the G20 forum, places us at the forefront of plastic circularity and decarbonisation, reinforcing India's commitment to clean energy and the environment.
The Government of India, acknowledged our efforts and dedication, by felicitating APChemi's CEO, Suhas Dixit at the launch. Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for the Ministry of Science and Technology, together with Dr Mrs Anita Gupta, Head of the Climate Change & Clean Energy Division and Dr. Ranjith Krishna Pai, Director at Technology Mission Division, DST, Government of India, bestowed this honour.
This is more than just a project! It's an embodiment of APChemi's vision for a sustainable future, a testimony of global collaboration, and a significant step towards plastic circularity. Together, we are transforming the face of waste management and making strides towards a greener planet.
Join us in this journey of innovative transformation. We're not just creating energy; we're powering the future!