Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that he envisions to "create value from waste" and is planning to use green hydrogen to run buses, trucks, and cars in different cities.
Addressing the sixth National Summit on Financial Inclusion on Thursday, Mr Gadkari said, "I have a plan to run buses, trucks and cars on green hydrogen that would be produced using sewage water and solid waste in cities."
"I am trying to create value from waste," he added.
The Union Minister, in an attempt to "make people believe" that vehicles can ply on hydrogen extracted from wastewater, said, "I've bought a pilot project car that would run on green hydrogen produced in an oil research institute in Faridabad. I would take a ride of the city to make people believe..."
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