Greenstat Hydrogen Sri Lanka has developed the National Hydrogen Roadmap for Sri Lanka in close collaboration with the Petroleum Development Authority of Sri Lanka (PDASL). Leveraging our extensive experience in policy and advisory roles gained in Norway and India, we have constructed a comprehensive roadmap that forms the foundation and framework for the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy and ultimately to a zero-emission society.

The National Hydrogen Roadmap is a strategic document that outlines the steps and actions required to enable the widespread adoption of hydrogen as a clean and sustainable energy source in Sri Lanka. It serves as a guide for policymakers, stakeholders, and industry players involved in the energy transition.

The roadmap encompasses a range of key elements and considerations, including:

  1. Policy Framework: We have identified and developed a robust policy framework that supports the integration of hydrogen technologies into the existing energy infrastructure of Sri Lanka. This framework outlines the necessary regulations, incentives, and support mechanisms required to promote the deployment and utilization of hydrogen across various sectors.
  2. Infrastructure Development: The roadmap highlights the need for developing hydrogen infrastructure, including production, storage, transportation, and distribution networks. We provide insights into the required investments, technological advancements, and collaborations necessary to establish a reliable and efficient hydrogen infrastructure across the country.
  3. Market Creation: We have analyzed market potential and identified sectors where hydrogen can have a significant impact, such as transportation, power generation, and industrial processes. The roadmap explores strategies to create a favorable market environment, including market incentives, public-private partnerships, and the development of hydrogen value chains.
  4. Research and Development: Recognizing the importance of ongoing research and development, the roadmap emphasizes the need for investment in innovation, technology development, and knowledge sharing and a COE-H It encourages collaboration between academia, industry, and research institutions to drive advancements in hydrogen technologies and their integration into Sri Lanka’s energy landscape.
  5. International Cooperation: The roadmap acknowledges the value of international cooperation in accelerating the hydrogen transition. It highlights opportunities for collaboration with global partners, knowledge exchange, and access to international best practices to ensure a successful and effective implementation of hydrogen initiatives in Sri Lanka.

Overall, the National Hydrogen Roadmap provides a clear and actionable plan for Sri Lanka’s transition to a sustainable, hydrogen-based economy. It offers guidance on policy, infrastructure, market development, research, and international collaboration, paving the way for a greener and more prosperous future.

Greenstat Hydrogen Sri Lanka is committed to driving the implementation of this roadmap and working closely with stakeholders to realize Sri Lanka’s vision of a zero-emission society.


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