About Our Society

ABOUT HAI

Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) is registered under the society act and having Memorandum and Rules and Regulations as per the association guidelines. The registered office of the Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) is at Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, R&D Centre, Sector-13, Faridabad - 121007, India.

The aims and objectives of the Association are to conduct scientific activities which shall include the following:

  • To promote, encourage and develop the growth of Hydrogen Energy and its applications in the country.
  • To establish an active association of all those persons, bodies, institutions (private or public) and industries.
  • To disseminate information concerning the developments in Hydrogen Energy and its applications through publications, such as bulletins, reports, newsletters, journals, etc.
  • To organize courses, symposia, seminars, etc. in various parts of the country, to educate the users of Hydrogen Energy and offer a proper platform for reporting and discussing the new developments in various fields of Hydrogen Energy.
  • To render advice (technical or otherwise) to government and commercial bodies on matters pertaining to Hydrogen Energy and its applications, when needed or requested.

The formation of Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) has provided impetus to the hydrogen research activities in the country of INDIA. HAI endowed with a common platform for sharing experiences regarding the latest technological trends in generation, usage and safety issues related to application of hydrogen as automotive fuel & other purposes. HAI is an excellent platform for the networking opportunities for one & all who want to contribute for the cause of Hydrogen Economy for a new world order.

Emerging Challenges in the field of Hydrogen Energy which have been identified so far by HAI are:

  1. Hydrogen production & distribution 
  2. Hydrogen storage & delivery logistics.
  3. Regulatory & policy related issues
  4. Utilization of hydrogen as fuel in automotive applications
  5. Application of hydrogen in Fuel cell & telecom towers