Pune: MIT Group of Institutes today inaugurated a unique initiative called the “Go Green LED Mission”, which is the brain child of the MIT-Technology Business Incubator”. The unique initiative was launched by Mr. Hemant Patil, Managing Director, MEDA and also present at the occasion were Prof. Dr. Mangesh T Karad Executive Director, MIT Group of Institutions.
Under the auspices of the “Go Green LED Mission”, the startup companies are going to focus on energy conservation, and efficient solutions for energy conservation. The solutions cover energy measurement, Energy Monitoring, Analysis, Usage of LED lighting, solar based energy generation and to achieve ultimate objective of saving electricity.
The start-up companies under TBI (Technology Business Incubator) have developed this complete end to end solution under the umbrella of MIT group of institution and it is the first of its kind initiative in the country towards deployment of self-made solution to make it “Energy Efficient Green Campus”
Speaking about where the units applications will find use, Prof. Dr. Mangesh T Karad Executive Director, MIT Group of Institutions, said, “This unit can find application in any industry, any residential township or applications such as solar water pumps to remotely monitor the overall health of the system.” Dr. Karad added, “Its usage can bring intelligence in our current electrical power distribution system, finding faults automatically and generate automatic messages and intimations to concern department. Such units can also enable remote monitoring and control of any process parameter for improving the overall efficiency of the system. “
The complete solutions that have been developed include LED lighting (for classrooms, labs and streets) that also can be operated directly on solar panels, “Remote Energy Monitoring” hardware (Helps in energy monitoring and Analyzing energy consumption pattern) and “Smart Energy” software that helps in controlling the energy to achieve the ultimate objective of “Energy Efficient Green Campus”.
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