The training provides practical tools to accelerate green energy deployment, that shall facilitate knowledge sharing and technology transfer to provide clean, sustainable energy for the world’s growing population.
Magenta Power, a pioneer in renewable energy solutions and EV charging infrastructure space in India, announces the launch of its academy ‘MITRA’ that shall support Individuals and organizations, in their transition to a sustainable energy future, and also serve as the principal platform; a centre of excellence, and a repository of technology, resource and knowledge on green energy.
Instituted in Mumbai, the company claims that the academy is a great first step for a career-focused individual to understand the world of green energy solutions. The free course has a formal training syllabus, with more than 6 training modules which during registration one needs to choose. The certificate course, is a great introduction for those new to the field, those who are looking to make a career change, or those who just want to learn more about green energy and the needed solutions.
The training provides practical tools to accelerate green energy deployment, that shall facilitate knowledge sharing and technology transfer to provide clean, sustainable energy for the world’s growing population. Aligned to this, there is a structured model imparting basics of solar power, electric vehicles and Informatics.
On its launch, Mr. Maxson Lewis, Director of Magenta Power said, “MITRA by Magenta, shall be zero profit module wherein only the training cost would be incurred without earmarking any profits. We are committed to developing clean and green technology specific to the Indian concerns. We believe many times the conviction to move to clean solutions comes from education and awareness and that is what MITRA aims to achieve. The Academy of MITRA is a manifestation of our zeal that amplifies our belief that green energy is everybody’s business”
Magenta Power, has been a pioneer in the solar and EV space. A few of its biggest projects include setting the EV charging corridor on Mumbai–Pune Expressway, setting up of electric charging stations in Bangalore and tie up with the Mahindra Group for green energy solutions, etc.
The firm has set forth on a very aggressive roadmap in the EV space over the next few months and is expected to be launching a series of products in the renewable energy space, including ideas to make the adoption of solar a financially feasible business case. Other plans include the launching of a series of AC charging solutions with a partner.