UNIDO, NISE Collaborates on Skill Development in Solar Thermal Sector

NISE and UNIDO will occupy national and international specialists to bring the best practices by developing dedicated training material

August 08, 2019. By News Bureau

National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has announced that they have signed an agreement to initiate a skill development programme for different levels of beneficiaries in the solar thermal energy sector.

NISE and UNIDO will occupy national and international specialists to bring the best practices by developing dedicated training material.

The agreement is a part of the continuing MNRE-GEF-UNIDO project executed mutually by UNIDO and to support capacity building and skill development of technical manpower in the Concentrated Solar Thermal Energy Technologies (CST) which are being used to replace conventional fossil fuels e.g. coal, diesel, furnace oil, etc. and save costs and emissions in the industrial process heat applications.

The NISE’s key duty is to assist the research and development, testing, certification, skill development activities in the field of solar energy technologies. It also supports the ministry in the implementation of the National Solar Mission. It is also committed to the development and demonstration of solar energy-related technologies and its applications to the common man in the country. NISE continuously strives to improve the facilities so as to compete with the latest technological advancements. NISE is planning to set up a Technology Business Incubation Centre for assisting new entrepreneurs to incubate in solar energy business space.

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