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NMIT Launches Advanced Research Center for Clean and Green Energy

10 Oct 2023

NMIT Takes Strides Towards a Sustainable Future

Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology (NMIT), located in Bengaluru, has taken a significant step towards a cleaner and greener future with the launch of its Advanced Research Center for Clean and Green Energy. The inauguration of the center, graced by Thaawarchand Gehlot, Governor of Karnataka, marks a commitment to reducing carbon emissions and fostering economic growth through innovative initiatives.

Collaboration for Green Hydrogen Production

NMIT has set its sights on reducing carbon emissions through industry collaborations focused on Green Hydrogen production. In line with this vision, the institute has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with UDJAN Energy Private Limited, based in Bengaluru. This partnership will expand activities in the field of green hydrogen, encompassing market research, seminars, technology absorption, and more.

Global Mission to Combat Climate Change

Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot emphasized the urgent need to combat global warming and climate change. He lauded the Government of India's Green Hydrogen 2030 Mission, designed to position India as a global hub for the production, utilization, and export of green hydrogen and its derivatives. The Governor commended NMIT's commitment and the commendable hydrogen production project funded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

Producing Hydrogen from Sea Water

NMIT has already embarked on the journey of green hydrogen production, a pivotal element of the green economy and sustainability. With support from the Advanced Research Center for Clean and Green Energy, the institute aims to develop solutions that contribute to India's ambitious goal of becoming a global leader in green hydrogen production and utilization.

Principal's Vision for a Sustainable India

H. C. Nagaraj, the Principal of NMIT, underscored the immense importance of green hydrogen in today's sustainable landscape. He expressed confidence that the Advanced Research Center for Clean and Green Energy would play a pivotal role in realizing India's aspirations as a global green hydrogen hub.

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