IIT Madras

EV Startup PiBeam Electric Launches First Utility Electric Two-Wheeler, ‘PiMo’

PiBeam Electric, an IIT Madras incubated electric vehicle (EV) startup has yesterday launched its first sustainable, uniquely designed, and affordably-priced electric two-wheeler (E2W) ‘PiMo’. This e-bike can be used for both personal and commercial needs. The company claims that PiMo is India’s first urban utility EV, with a 50 Km Range at a speed of […]

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IIT Madras Approaches Towards Improving Braking Performance of EVs

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, have developed strategies to improve the braking performance of Electric and Hybrid vehicles. This research could help implement a braking system in Electrified Vehicles (EVs), which can improve the stopping distance and ride comfort in the presence of regenerative braking. However, such strategies have been developed […]

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Hitachi ABB Power, Ashok Leyland, IIT-Madras Team up for E-mobility Pilot

The e-bus, which will incorporate Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ innovative flash-charging technology – Grid-eMotion Flash, will be provided by Ashok Leyland, while IIT-M will host the infrastructure required to operate the flash-charging system for the e-bus, Hitachi ABB Power Grids in India said in a statement. Hitachi ABB Power Grids in India, Ashok Leyland and the Indian Institute of Technology […]

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IIT Madras Develops Solar-Powered Survey Craft for Indian Ports and Waterways

Researchers at IIT Madras have developed a solar-powered unmanned autonomous survey craft for Indian ports and inland waterways. Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras have developed a solar-powered unmanned autonomous survey craft for Indian ports and inland waterways. According to the team, the system can undertake autonomous hydrographic and oceanographic surveys and provide real-time […]

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Researchers at IIT Madras Develop Feasible Alternatives to Li-ion Batteries

A team of researchers at IIT Madras has made significant advances in developing alternatives to conventional Li-ion batteries for industrial usage. The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) has announced that a team of researchers has made significant advances in developing alternatives to conventional lithium-ion (Li-ion) and lead-acid batteries for industrial usage. Such advances are crucial as India is aiming to achieve 40 […]

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IIT Madras to Collaborate With Teerthaa, a Sustainable Technology Company Producing Air-to-Water Generators for Last 14 Years, to Develop ‘NERO’

An Optimized Desiccant Solar Still Device, ‘NERO’ will extract Potable Drinking Water from Atmospheric Air using Solar Thermal Energy Indian Institute of Technology Madras is going to collaborate with Teerthaa, a sustainable technology company, to develop a device that can generate potable water from atmospheric air. Called ‘NERO,’ the optimized desiccant solar still device will […]

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IIT Madras to Collaborate With Teerthaa, a Sustainable Technology Company Producing Air-to-Water Generators for Last 14 Years, to Develop ‘NERO’

An Optimized Desiccant Solar Still Device, ‘NERO’ will extract Potable Drinking Water from Atmospheric Air using Solar Thermal Energy Indian Institute of Technology Madras is going to collaborate with Teerthaa, a sustainable technology company, to develop a device that can generate potable water from atmospheric air. Called ‘NERO,’ the optimized desiccant solar still device will […]

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Cygni Energy’s Solar Tech is Lighting Up Homes in Rural India

Out of the 44,854 total installations planned, 30,828 have been completed so far. Solar-Direct Current (DC) Inverterless Technology, pioneered by Cygni Energy Private Limited, a startup that was incubated by the Rural Technology Business Incubator (RTBI) of IIT-Madras, is lighting up homes in remote parts of the country which are beyond the reach of electricity […]

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IIT Madras, CPCL Ink Pact to Solarize Villages

The proposed project will be executed over the period of next 2 years and will cost around 14.49 crore in Rupees. The project will be executed in coordination with the government of Tamil Nadu. To provide a solar power, clean drinking water and create better sanitation conditions in the villages of Vellalapakkam, Gopurajapuram, and Panangudi […]

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