Indian industry titan selects Stiesdal's electrolyzers for mass-scale production

The largest industrial group in India, Reliance Industries, led by one of Asia's wealthiest persons, has handpicked technology from the Danish growth company to mass produce electrolyzers for making green hydrogen.

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Oct. 9, 2021, will go down in history as a milestone for Danish entrepreneur and wind energy pioneer Henrik Stiesdal.

Quite a lot went wrong that day in India's capital city, New Dehli. A security threat prevented a meeting among Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Danish ditto Mette Frederiksen from taking place, just as Stiesdal's personnel meeting with one of Asia's highest net worth individuals had to be canceled.

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