Mobility Solutions, Renewable Energy – Solar PV and Waste to Energy Projects
Our definition of Mobility means more than just transport. Mobility means access to goods, services, people and information. This includes physical movement, but also solutions such as ICT-based platforms, more effective public service delivery provision, and urban design that improves accessibility.
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India (with its experts from IIT’s and NIT) along with European Business and Technology Centre – EBTC and partners – Nexus Institute Germany, NoAE (Network of Automotive Excellence) and Insero E-Mobility are offering Smart City Solutions and e-Mobility Technologies / Solutions
Our services cover the following aspects –
- Preparation and Evaluation of the Urban Transport Development Strategy including drafting of Comprehensive Mobility Plans for cities including road improvements, traffic management and enforcement, public transport improvements, non-motorised transport, road and pedestrian safety and parking.
- Corridor improvements for congestion alleviation, pedestrian simulation, environmental impact assessments, work zone safety.
- Collection and analysis of traffic data prevalent in the municipality’s jurisdiction, in order to forecast the magnitude of congestion issues in the near future and prepare road projects.
- Traffic Management using ICT Technologies based on the models developed under Mobility Matrix. (Car Sharing Solutions, Carpooling, Reverse Car Pooling, Traffic Management etc.)
- Design and Implementation of E-Mobility Solutions
- Developing Energy-Districts for comprehensive energy planning and energy independence of cities.
Holistic Mobility Solutions for Indian Cities
Steinbeis in partnership with European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC – a project co-funded by European Commission and Euro Chambres) developed a report on ‘Holistic Mobility Solutions for Indian Cities” which focused on short-term solutions (Quick-Wins) and long-term solutions for enhancing mobility of select Indian cities (Chandigarh and Gurgaon) as a case study, while mapping solutions from some of the leading European cities.
Waste-to-Energy Technology Transfer: Over the course of 2016 to 2018, 2EKVPL, through its arm of Steinbeis India, successfully transferred Waste-to-Energy Technology from a Swiss company to a Project Developer in India. The technology was patented and highly accredited in Europe. However, it was unknown in India. Through its thorough understanding of the technology, Steinbeis India convinced the client to take up this technology for their 600 Tonnes per Day plant in Bengaluru, even though there were no working examples in India. As part of the complete package being offered by the Swiss company, equipment and feasibility studies were also offered to the client, which they did not require. This Technology Transfer has set the precedent for the adoption of this technology by other players in India as well as the solidification of our reputation in the Waste-to-Energy market. Our technology is more advanced than traditional incineration methods. Nevertheless, we carry credibility because the long term profits are higher from electricity generated and recyclables retrieved and we provide project financing to the client as well. It is our pride to say that we offer a Techno commercial proposition to the client before expecting any payment from them.
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Waste to Energy Technology Transfer
Presently we are working on a Waste to Energy Technology Transfer Project from Germany to one of the large Public Sector (Government) companies for manufacturing of equipment and undertaking turnkey projects
Solar PV Inverter Technology Transfer
Steinbeis India supported the transfer of Solar PV Inverters Technology from Germany to India. The transfer involved establishment of a Joint Venture between a German company owning the IP rights of Solar Hybrid Inverter and an Indian SME (Small Scale Industry) in the field of Solar PV. The German company is a small company which transferred the knowhow to the Indian company for manufacturing and selling the solar hybrid inverters in India.