The MIT-WPU campus center will be able to contribute to the development of affordable and sustainable technological solutions.
Dedicated to conducting activities related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) under the MIT-WPU Smart Campus Cloud Network (SCCN) and in partnership with Norway, it is poised to embark on a journey towards a hydrogen-fueled economy. Hydrogen generation has been cited as the most necessary change to reduce fossil fuel dependence and air pollution and to achieve carbon neutrality, as proposed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as a matter of urgency.
MIT-WPU is engaged in localization of SDGs on their campus as part of SCCN. The university has also pledged carbon neutrality under the title ‘Not Zero-Net-Zero’. This partnership between Norwegian and Indian universities encourages young people to take part in missions and to be stakeholders in carbon neutrality and hydrogen-powered conversions.
The MIT-WPU campus center will be able to contribute to the development of affordable and sustainable technological solutions. The Institute will serve as a facilitator for the development of codes and standards for the best industrial practices, safety, product protocols and regulations in the field of hydrogen and fuel cells.