Kathmandu University & NOC Partner to Produce Hydrogen Fuel Cells

By January 10, 2021 < 1   min read  (143 words)

January 10, 2021 |

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The Nepal Oil Corporation has signed an agreement with the Kathmandu University to commercially produce hydrogen fuel cells.

The two organisations signed an agreement to study the possibility of developing the fuel cells at the university on Friday.

Kathmandu University NOC Partner to Produce Hydrogen Fuel Cells

The corporation’s spokesperson Binit Mani Upadhyaya says the university will provide technical assistance to the corporation in developing policies about hydrogen fuel cells, their production, storage, and distribution.

The corporation’s Executive Director Surendra Paudel says this effort is a first of its kind in Nepal.

If the attempt is successful, it will utilise the electricity produced within the country whereas it will be easier to replace fossil fuels currently being imported from India.

The fuel cells will also be useful in producing chemical fertilisers and medicines.

Source: Online Patrika

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