Technip Energies, IIT Madras collaborate on energy research

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Technip Energies has partnered with the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) to explore opportunities in various domains of energy research. 

This research collaboration aims to explore pioneering solutions that will shape a sustainable and low-carbon future for India and the entire world.

“With Technip Energies’ vision towards achieving Net-Zero, we believe that the power of collaboration will drive innovation and address the urgent global challenges in the energy sector. Hence, we joined hands with The Energy Consortium at the IIT Madras to develop new technologies in the energy segment under a collaborative research approach,” said Davendra Kumar, managing director of Technip Energies India.

The Energy Consortium initiative by IIT Madras fosters collaboration between industry, academia, and government in accelerating the development of technologies crucial for the transition towards a sustainable, low-carbon future.

Nikhil Tambe, CEO – Energy Consortium, IIT Madras, emphasized, “The Energy Consortium affiliated faculty are collaboratively advancing research in areas of national importance and as broad as achieving round-the-clock renewables as well as carbon capture and utilization. Alongside our industry founding member Technip Energies, the energy consortium possesses the momentum to advance on an unprecedented effort of coordinated activities in energy grand challenge areas in India.”

The Energy Consortium’s primary focus areas include resilient energy systems, energy storage, carbon capture, storage, and utilization, green hydrogen, energy efficiency, and economics. Its other industry founding members include Shell, Baker Hughes, FLSmidth, Aditya Birla, Cummins, Chevron Tech Ventures, Infosys, and Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd (CPCL).

 

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