Ahmedabad, India – In a strategic move that underscores its commitment to pioneering sustainable energy solutions, the Neutrino Energy Group has announced its partnership with Simplior Technologies Private Limited. This collaboration aims to bolster the ongoing Pi-Car project, a groundbreaking initiative to develop self-charging electric vehicles.
CEO and President of Neutrino Energy Group, Holger Thorsten Schubert, along with Professor Dr. Rajendrakumar Sharma, CMD of SPEL Technologies, recently unveiled the nuances of the Pi-Car project at a high-profile press conference held at C-MET Pune. The Pi-car, powered by Neutrino’s patented neutrinovoltaic technology, harnesses energy from both neutrinos—sub-atomic particles that pervade the universe—and other forms of invisible radiation.
Neutrino Energy Group, globally recognized for its green energy initiatives, previously announced an investment of 2.5 billion euros in India for this innovative project. With a vision to reduce dependency on fossil fuels and cut down carbon emissions, the Pi-Car promises a paradigm shift in the automobile industry.
Taking a step further in their mission, Neutrino has now engaged with Simplior Technologies. With a decade-long successful journey under its belt, Simplior specializes in turning creative ideas into reality through technical expertise. In this venture, Simplior is set to be the linchpin, providing groundbreaking artificial intelligence technology pivotal for the Pi-Car’s success. Their selection was attributed to their proven track record and capability to deploy seasoned professionals in the field.
Patel Purvesh Vishnukumar, CEO of Simplior, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “As we look forward to our partnership commencing this October 2023, I’m truly excited to be part of this groundbreaking project. It embodies the future of sustainable mobility, and at Simplior, we are eager to contribute our expertise and play a significant role in this revolution.”
This partnership finds synergy with Neutrino Energy Group’s existing collaboration with C-MET Pune, a premier government lab under the aegis of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeiTY). Led by Director General Dr. Bharat Kale, C-MET Pune is renowned for its proficiency in Advanced Material Sciences and is integral to the development of components essential for neutrino voltaic power cubes. Additionally, ties with SPEL Technologies Private Limited, under the guidance of Professor Dr. Rajendrakumar Sharma, ensure support for manufacturing energy storage devices compatible with these power cubes.
The Pi-Car project also enjoys the endorsement of Padma Bhushan Dr. Vijay Bhatkar, chancellor of Nalanda University, often revered as the ‘Father of supercomputers in India’. Dr. Bhatkar’s insights will be instrumental in steering the Pi-Car project to align with India’s vision of sustainable growth and reduced carbon footprint.
While Neutrino Energy Group is poised to launch the Pi-Car in the market within the next three years, this collaboration with Simplior Technologies is a testament to the conglomerate’s commitment to fostering innovation through strategic alliances.