Tsuyo Manufacturing has announced a collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, to foster co-creation, collaboration, and a platform for introducing new technological advancements in the EV space, while also bringing innovative and cost-effective solutions to boost the indigenous ecosystem for end users.
The collaboration, outlined through a Memorandum of Understanding, encompasses various areas of cooperation, including technology transfer activities, collaborative research and development initiatives, startup linkage, and related activities, as well as professional technical training for capacity development.
Vijay Kumar, Director, Tsuyo Manufacturing, said, 'We at Tsuyo envisaged a mutually growing association with IIT Delhi, targeting co-creation, collaborative, and corroborative platforms. Our objective is to support the introduction and advent of new required technological advancements in the EV space while also bringing more innovative and frugal solutions to boost the indigenous ecosystem for end users.'
Adding to this further, Retd Col Naveen Gopal, Chief Operating Officer, IIT Delhi, said, “We are optimistic that this collaboration will encompass a wide range of activities with the specific goal of advancing the electric vehicle sector. Through collaborative research and development projects, we anticipate revolutionary improvements in EV technology while fostering relationships with startups to support and nurture emerging entrepreneurs in the EV sector.”