Greenfuel Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd., a B2B single-stop clean mobility solutions provider, drew hordes of visitors at the 16th Auto Expo (Components) that concluded on Sunday at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. While thousands of visitors thronged the booth, most were intrigued by the conspicuous truck engine with the nameplate- Hydrogen IC Engine.
The government has recently announced the National Hydrogen Mission, and hence auto enthusiasts and manufacturers visiting the Expo were keen to know the possibilities of a Hydrogen Engine. The Greenfuel prototype displayed at the Expo showcased the conversion of a diesel engine into a hydrogen engine. The clean mobility solutions provider also exhibited a range of CNG and Hydrogen station and vehicle components, Li-ion batteries, and electronic items at its stall.
Speaking about the prototype, Akshay Kashyap, MD, Greenfuel Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd., said, “Green Hydrogen is the fuel of the future and people were keen to understand how it would power a commercial vehicle. However, in the current scheme of things, Hydrogen powered Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles are still a distant dream, and hence in the interim, conversion of diesel engines to Hydrogen IC Engines is more relevant.”
In its 16th year of existence, Greenfuel has been a leading supplier to Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, VECV, Mahindra, and several other brands manufacturing passenger and commercial vehicles. With a whopping revenue CAGR of 106% in 2021-22, it has maintained a revenue CAGR of 29% over the past five years despite the severe economic downturn brought on by the pandemic.
“We are a market leader in CNG components and have made significant developments towards creating an indigenous Hydrogen IC Engine. We are driven to develop alternative mobility solutions and with the conversion of this diesel to hydrogen engine, we would further strengthen this commitment,” added Akshay.
The company has been strengthening its research and development wing while increasing the overall human resource. With a 122% Year-on-Year growth in human resources, it has 341 employees currently at its four plants. Credited with the development of India’s first modular battery packs, the company proudly claims that 30 billion Kms have been covered on CNG systems developed by them. Greenfuel has become a single-stop clean mobility solutions provider in India and is gradually spreading its footprint to Africa and the European Market.