Two-day workshop on solar car design and development

Our Bureau Bangalore | Updated on January 09, 2018

Jain University organised a two-day skill development program on ‘Solar Car Design and Development.

The focus of the workshop was on the topics related to a pollution-free environment, transportation system and designing of solar cars, university officials said. The social and economic well-being of humans heavily depends upon various means of transportations, however, currently, the majority of citizens use a private automobile as their main mode of transportation.

The workshop promoted the idea of designing modes of transportation for sustainable prosperity in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution, minimizing land use and improving the utilization of renewable energy sources.

Unfortunately, our dependence on the private automobiles is no longer socially, economically or environmentally sustainable. As a result of this the climatic conditions are deteriorating and therefore, climate change is posing a serious threat to our economy, livelihoods, ecosystems and health, said professor Ram Prasad, Head of Department - Mechanical Engineering, Jain University- School of Engineering and Technology.

Solar power car

The workshop taught students about the advantages of vehicles run on solar power. The key speakers noted that the implementation of solar cars will be a significant step in contributing to a future with greatly diminished role for individually-owned cars.

The program was inaugurated by Hariprasad S A, Director School of Engineering and Technology Jain University and Manish Kumar key speaker and Lead Engineer R & D Division TVS Motors.

Published on November 23, 2017

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