India and UK launch Clean Air In Bangalore

Innovation for Clean Air (IFCA), a two-year UK-India joint initiative, which provides opportunities for Indian and UK stakeholders to test air quality and interventions related to the integration of the EV.

The event was launched in Bangalore. British Deputy High Commissioner Dominic McListar Associate Initiative is an example of Britain.

India can work as a joint force for good on innovative solutions. The country can bring together our research communities, academics and businesses to address shared challenges, such as clean air.

Initiatives provide a unique measurement system for air quality by integrating satellite and sensor data and helping support India’s transition to electric vehicles. The program is led by the innovative UK.

It is a part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). It is funded with Newton Fund’s resources to match various partners of Karnataka and India.

The major partners for the program are the Indian Institute of Science, Enzen, Project Lithium, Confederation of Indian Industry, C40 City and Clean Air Forum. Other partners include Citizens for Sustainability, World Resources Institute, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, Shakti Foundation, Shell Technology Center, Global Business Inroads and India Smart Grid Forum.

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