Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar, in collaboration with Omega Seiki Mobility and ARES Systems, has forged a groundbreaking partnership to establish a comprehensive framework for hydrogen technologies encompassing generation, storage, delivery, and mobility applications.
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Purpose of alliance between IIT Ropar and OSM
This innovative alliance aims to revolutionize the Indian energy landscape and foster sustainable advancements in the realm of hydrogen.
IIT Ropar, renowned for its technical expertise, will play a pivotal role by providing unwavering technical support for the rigorous testing and evaluation of hydrogen fuel-cell kits and vehicles. Furthermore, the institute will extend its support towards the certification process, ensuring adherence to the rigorous standards set forth by the Indian regulatory authorities.
Role of OSM in the deal
As an integral part of this collaboration, Omega Seiki Mobility(OSM) will contribute invaluable insights by sharing vital information about fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) technology, including product details, market analysis, customer profiles, and competitor intelligence within the Indian market.
Furthermore, Omega Seiki Mobility will provide vehicles for fitment, testing, and validation, as well as spearhead the establishment of essential infrastructure, such as cutting-edge factories, state-of-the-art equipment, and a fleet of vehicles dedicated to sample testing and validation.
ARES System supporting development and supply
ARES Systems, a key partner in this transformative endeavor, will assume responsibility for the development and supply of hydrogen generation facilities, FCEV kit vehicle customization, and the setup of energy delivery systems to facilitate efficient refueling processes. By leveraging their expertise in these critical areas, ARES Systems will play a vital role in ensuring the seamless integration of hydrogen technology into various sectors.
This concerted effort between the Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar, Omega Seiki Mobility, and ARES Systems aims to foster a dynamic consortium wherein diverse hydrogen energy technologies will be extensively researched, meticulously developed, and primed for large-scale implementation. This consortium will undoubtedly pave the way for sustainable solutions that hold immense potential to reshape the future of energy consumption in India and beyond.
OSM in the hydrogen field of vehicles
OSM has decided to launch India’s first Hydrogen Based L-5 Category Rickshaw model within the next 6 months for the country. The vehicle will have the capacity to run at least 350-400 km on a single charge that too in difficult terrain. It will have a load capacity of 1 ton and the pricing will stay competitive with the other products of OSM.
It could be a game-changer product in the L-5 Category rickshaw market. However, the full specifications are yet to be out on the market. The testing of this product is being done in Europe, Jaisalmer deserts, and Leh. The vehicle will cater to the mass audience and it will bring more clarity to the consumer about green technology since it removes charging issues.
The collaboration between the Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar, Omega Seiki Mobility, and ARES Systems is a significant step forward in harnessing hydrogen technology advancements.
By pooling their collective expertise, these leading entities are set to propel India into a new era of sustainable energy solutions.