Tata Consultancy Services and NTNU Enter Strategic Partnership to Collaborate on Manufacturing, Advancement and Lifecycle Administration of Sustainable Battery Technologies
OSLO, February 14, 2023: Tata Consultancy Solutions (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) has entered into a strategic educational partnership with Norwegian College of Science and Engineering (NTNU), a single of the largest and most prestigious universities in Norway, to collaborate on the advancement of highly developed battery mobile systems and expedite the world transition to sustainable electrical power.
TCS will get the job done intently with NTNU’s Department of Energy and Method Engineering (EPT) on the design and style, improvement, and digital screening of sustainable electricity options. TCS will offer technologies consultancy and electronic innovation across every phase of the battery benefit chain, which includes fabrication, lifecycle management, mobile assembly and testing, and digital twins for solid point out and lithium-ion batteries.
The partnership will see TCS provide committed guidance to the EPT in the kind of technologies collaboration, expertise exchange, digital innovation, and startup engagement, for acquiring sustainable strength methods that consider wellness, weather variations and readily available methods into thought. TCS will be liable for building and tests a ‘sustainable by design’ platform for the close-to-finish battery manufacturing course of action.
This significant academic collaboration will provide NTNU with accessibility to TCS’ intercontinental ecosystem of technologists and organization partners to assist scale generation and meet the expanding world wide desire for sustainable batteries. By forging an alliance of company and academia and establishing a obvious route-to-sector, TCS and NTNU will accelerate the journey to electrification and a internet zero upcoming.
“In strengthening our investigate and instructional relevance within just Battery generation and methods knowing, developing collaborations with essential field actors like TCS, is of terrific value. This shared understanding permits us to speed up scientific, engineering and academic development in an business and technologically domain of exponential development and with monumental desires for competence more than the up coming yrs” stated Odne Stokke Burheim, Professor at NTNU – Department of Electricity and Process Engineering.
“Innovation in battery technologies is vital for the reason that of their function in electrifying transportation and balancing electrical power-grids, both of those of which have a significant job to participate in in reaching international net-zero aims. We are delighted to spouse with 1 of Norway’s most highly regarded universities in this initiative and work with a shared feeling of intent to develop a far more sustainable long run for every person,” commented Rajan Maheshwari, Region Head, TCS Norway.
TCS has a wide portfolio of alternatives to restructure the world wide vitality sector and assistance organizations on their journeys to internet-zero. For a lot more data remember to check out: Energizing a sustainable long run