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Indian Navy Moves Towards Greener Future with Green Technology Initiatives

The retrofit device for diesel engine exhaust release minimisation is being admitted to a staged series on all land-based Diesel Gensets, and once initiated, it would go a long way in facilitating the Navy towards diminishing the emissions levels further.

June 05, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

Indian Navy has commissioned solar power with a cumulative capacity of 15.87MW which is align with the Navy’s target of attaining the Government of India’s ‘Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM)’ mission.

These plants are grid-linked consuming single-axis sun-tracking technology with computerised monitoring & control. In addition, the 16 MW capacity of SPVs are at various phases of implementation.

Experiments have demonstrated a 70% reduction in Hydrocarbon, Carbon Monoxide, and Particulate Matter in the engine’s exhaust emissions.

The retrofit device for diesel engine exhaust release minimisation is being admitted to a staged series on all land-based Diesel Gensets, and once initiated, it would go a long way in facilitating the Navy towards diminishing the emissions levels further.

Indian Navy in association with IISc (Bengaluru) has commissioned a 100KW capacity AC plant in the nation that relied on the natural refrigerant Carbon dioxide.

The deployment of Hydrogen as a potential optional source of fuel is also being followed by the Indian Navy, successful shore try out of Hydrogen Aspirated Diesel Engine have been finished which has upgraded clean combustion, therefore diminishing CO2 emissions critically.

By diminishing the total carbon footprint and enhancing environmental sustainability, Indian Navy is ‘Geared Up and Committed’ to step towards the pursuit of Green Initiatives, achieving the country’s objective, to ensure a ‘Greener and Cleaner future for our next generations’.
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