IILM University and Mobec Partner on Hydrogen Fuel Cell R&D

By September 6, 2023 2   min read  (340 words)

September 6, 2023 |

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IILM University in Greater Noida and technology leader have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to accelerate research and development in hydrogen fuel cells and mobile electric vehicle charging. As per the agreement, IILM’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mobec will join forces on a host of projects aimed at fostering innovation in sustainable energy solutions.

IILM University will contribute its technical and research capabilities, while Mobec will leverage its expertise in pioneering new technologies. The collaboration aims to produce groundbreaking products to meet the ever-increasing demand for renewable energy. Additionally, the partnership will offer students at IILM University a valuable chance to engage in state-of-the-art R&D efforts in the sustainable energy sector.

Harry Bajaj, Founder & CEO of Mobec, underscored the significance of this collaboration, stating, “As Mobec’s mobile EV charging service gains substantial traction, we aim to lead the way in innovation and seek the most sustainable solutions within the EV ecosystem. The partnership with IILM University plays a pivotal role in our journey, highlighting our dedication to technological advancement and the immense potential for innovation in the sustainable energy sector.”

IILM University spokesperson, added that, “Our partnership with Mobec not only underscores our commitment to fostering innovation but also offers our students unparalleled opportunities for hands-on engagement with cutting-edge research in sustainable energy and EV solutions. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership and look forward to doing great things together.”

Mobec is already running a mobile electric vehicle (EV) charging fleet in Noida and has ambitious plans to stretch its footprint to other key cities like Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and Chennai. The company’s selection of these markets is strategic, influenced by the surge in electric vehicle sales and the real estate limitations that these cities face. The upcoming collaboration with IILM University in hydrogen fuel cell development promises to not only innovate but potentially transform the electric vehicle charging infrastructure in these high-demand locales.


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