University of Mauritius Founds Solar Energy Laboratory
- A state-of-the-art solar energy laboratory has actually been released today at the University of Mauritius. The laboratory has been established with participation from Huawei Mauritius. The campaign belongs to a project described as the Park of Excellence in Solar Photovoltaic (PESP) at the University of Mauritius.
A state-of-the-art solar energy laboratory has been released today at the University of Mauritius. The laboratory has actually been established with teamwork from Huawei Mauritius. The campaign belongs to a project described as the Park of Excellence in Solar Photovoltaic (PESP) at the University of Mauritius.
The Minister of Energy as well as Public Utilities, Georges Pierre Lesjongard; the Vice Chancellor of the UoM, Professor Sanjeev K. Sobhee, the Chief Executive Officer of Huawei Mauritius, Zheng Kui and others noted their presence at the ceremony.
The newly set up laboratory strives to make the university a recommendation factor for power usage while also boost capacities as well as provide a motivation to education in solar photovoltaic (PV) and also urge research as well as technology
Dookun Luchoomun claimed that the laboratory has actually been established at the correct time when decarbonisation of the power sector and also embracing smart modern technologies are assuming value. She added that the project will lend collaboration to markets as well as companies to make it possible for solar capacity structure
"This Laboratory will certainly allow us ahead closer to Government's commitment in making certain that 60% of the nation's energy are created by green energy by 2030," the VPM commented.
The VPM that put a focus on renewable resource to cause energy shift. "It is significantly pleasing to for that reason discover a lot of energy customers turning to renewable resources of energy via making use of hybrid as well as electrical vehicles to name a few," the VPM concluded.
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