Siddharth Mayur

h2e Power Systems Private Limited

Founder, Managing Director & CEO

A first Generation Social Entrepreneur, Siddharth was born in a family of farmers. He along with Mr. Amarnath Chakradeo founded h2e Power with a mission to provide energy independence to Indian Villages & to small marginalised Farmers. His search for the holy grail of clean energy brought him to Fuel Cell technology, which he is now using to develop solutions that will help the energy transition & provide a sustainable clean energy alternative to the world. He has Founded India's first Fuel Cell company, which is helping India leap frog to the Hydrogen Economy. Siddharth's company is setting up a global scale Manufacturing facility in India & Germany to cater to the growing demand for good quality & in-expensive Fuel Cell generators & Electrolysers. h2e is developing applications primarily targetting Oil & Gas, Electric mobility, Green Hydrogen & Agriculture. In order to develop a total solution Siddharth has co-Founded a Salt Battery Company, which combines with Fuel Cell systems to provide grid independent in-expensive power. Leave this world better than you found it is the personal Vision that drives Siddharth & his company to innovate & develop solutions that can provide 24x7 clean, green, reliable & affordable energy to all.

Sessions With Siddharth Mayur

Friday, 22 October

  • 12:10pm - 12:40pm (IST) / 22/oct/2021 06:40 am - 22/oct/2021 07:10 am

    Make in India

    Live Stream

    Launched in September 2014, Make in India had the integral vision to transform India into a global design and manufacturing hub. Energy is a critical part of the Make in India initiative as, both directly and indirectly, it spans the 25 identified sectors for the initiative, including chemicals, oil and gas, renewable energy, and thermal power. For India’s energy sector, what are the barriers to achieving the full vision of the initiative? Which areas in the energy sector does Make in India have a natural advantage? What sector-specific policies and regulations will be critical for attracting future investments to deliver the promise of the Make in India push? What is the role of Make in India in developing sustainable global clean energy supply chains?