TataChem signs MoU with ISRO for lithium-ion cell technology (file photo)
Tata Chemicals has signed a non-exclusive agreement with the Indian Space Research Organisation for the latter’s lithium-ion cell technology. Under this agreement, ISRO will transfer the technology to Tata Chemicals which will utilise the knowhow to manufacture lithium-ion cells, Tate Chemicals said in a statement Monday.
The Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, a part of ISRO, has developed the technology to produce space grade lithium ion cells of various kinds, to power its rockets and satellites. Arvind launches water components and O&M business. Arvind has launched a new business division ‘Kaigo’ specialising in waste-water management, which will have two verticals including components and spares and operations and maintenance services.
Through the new vertical and its sister concern Envisol, Arvind will focus on creating end-to-end solutions across projects, components and services for water treatment, industrial waste water treatment, sewage treatment, desalination and zero liquid discharge at minimal cost, the company said in a statement on Monday.
Waaree Energies has launched customized solar modules for electric vehicles. These indigenous modules, specially designed for the transport industry, are portable, flexible, lighter, durable and more efficient, and expected to increase the efficiency of EVs by 10-25 percent, the company said in a statement Monday.
Waaree will manufacture these modules in their facility in Surat in Gujarat. Siemens installs RDS for Gail India Siemens will install state-of-the-art remote diagnostic services (RDS) for state-run gas major Gail India covering gas turbines installed across the Hazira-Vijaipur-Jagdishpur (HVJ) pipeline and Vijaipur C2/C3 plant.
The scope includes supply of RDS hardware, site installation and commissioning including three years’ remote operational service desk and help-desk services, the company said in a statement Monday. IRB partially commissions Yedeshi-A’bad project. IRB Infrastructure has partially commissioned the Yedeshi Aurangabad Tollway project, which is part of the Rs 3,370-crore four laning highway project from Yedeshi to Aurangabad in Maharashtra.
The newly-widened highway will now have direct and quicker connectivity between the cities, including Solapur and Aurangabad,” the company said in a statement Monday.