Revayu Energy and University of British Columbia to Jointly Work on Sustainable Projects

Initially, the agreement has been signed for 3 years, with an aim to encourage cooperation between the two organisations in the areas of urban resilience, innovation and development under the project ‘CURE’ i.e. Collaborative for Urban Resilience & Effectiveness.

December 17, 2020. By Manu Tayal

India-based Revayu Energy has signed a Statement of Cooperation with the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Canada, to jointly work on sustainable projects.

New Delhi-headquartered Revayu Energy is an innovation driven hybrid renewable energy clean-tech start-up.

Initially, the agreement has been signed for 3 years, with an aim to encourage cooperation between the two organisations in the areas of urban resilience, innovation and development under the project ‘CURE’ i.e. Collaborative for Urban Resilience & Effectiveness.

Commenting on the partnership, Prateek Gupta, Founder & CEO of Revayu Energy, said “it was an honor to receive such a positive response from Dr. Murali Chandrashekaran, Vice Provost, UBC when he came to know what our start-up was doing in the field of sustainable development and offered to bring Revayu into CURE as a partner.”

“We are all excited to be part of this prestigious program and I am proud to come back as alum of this prestigious institution,” he added.

The two institutions will further explore collaboration in the field of capacity building and skills development and would engage with students, scholars and postdoctoral fellows in research projects. We would be conducting joint seminars, workshops and exhibitions for exchange of ideas and discussions on sustainable projects.

Moreover, the focus of all the collaborative efforts and exchange of ideas and activities would be to ensure sustainable urban development and fulfill clean energy requirements.

Some of the projects on which both the organisations are looking forward to work jointly are Mukuru clean cooking solutions promotions initiative; mechanisms to engage, strengthen and monitor urban communities; affordable housing in Nairobi; climate change adaptation and resilience in Dhaka city; individual emission data and education to restore Jakarta’s forests etc. These projects will be in countries like Kenya, Mexico, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and India.

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