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Dr Dhakephalkar, director of ARI, said on the occasion, Hydrogen fuel cell vehicle technology is billed as the next big step in the direction of sustainable mobility as it provides a large operating range, is suitable for commercial vehicles, and leaves a minimal environmental footprint. The need of the hour in crude oil-importing nations is to rapidly move towards self-reliant energy sources and sustainable mobility. The hydrogen generated from this technology will be utilised to power fuel cell vehicles that emit only water, thus making the entire cycle pollution-free. The vision is to build technology solutions for the electrification of mobility. The bottlenecks in battery technology, fuel cell technology and technology for hydrogen generation have been identified and multiple efforts are underway to create the building blocks required for sustainable mobility. Dr Dhakephalkar said, Our technology is 25% more efficient as compared to conventional anaerobic digestion processes used today. The innovative two-stage process eliminates the pre-treatment of the biomass, thus making the process economical and environmentally-friendly. This biologically benign process generates digestate rich in nutrients which can be used as organic fertiliser. Its byproducts can be used as soil conditioners while undigested solids for briquetting that can be sold as solid fuel. I thank the scientists and engineers at Agharkar Research Institute and Sentient Labs for this achievement. ( 21 days ago ) |      
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