Published Date: 2021-04-29, Thursday
Agreement Signed between School of Engineering, Kathmandu University and Alternative Energy Promotion Centre for Green Hydrogen Project
On 28th April 2021, School of Engineering, and Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC) signed an MoU for Setting up a demonstrative facility for commercial applications of green hydrogen technologies in Nepal.
The MoU has been signed by Prof. Manish Pokharel, Dean of School of Engineering, KU, and Mr. Madhusudhan Adhikari, Executive Director of AEPC. The MoU has established the foundation for the collaborative research for the adaptation of renewable energy systems in the context of Nepal.
As per the MOU, AEPC will support the development of infrastructure and facilities in the Green Hydrogen lab to the worth of Ninteen lakh Ninety-seven thousand and nine hundred eighty-two Nepali Rupees (NRs 19,97,982/-). The facility and equipment produced under this cooperation will be used for academic and research activities at the Green Hydrogen Lab under the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The Memorandum will remain in force for a period of 1 year.