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A 'Shell' for Indian start-ups to solve energy challenges of the future

Royal Dutch Shell nurturing young Indian firms to develop futuristic energy solutions, such as green propulsion systems for satellites specially designed electric vehicles and energy storage systems

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Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
At a time when Royal Dutch Shell plans to become the world's biggest power company in the next 15 years and is focusing on a future after fossil fuels, the Netherlands-based firm is increasingly engaging with young energy technology companies in India. 

Green propulsion systems for satellites specially designed electric vehicles (EVs) for last-mile connectivity and battery management system which makes feasible the mass adoption of EVs, are some of the innovations developed by start-ups that the oil & gas giant is nurturing at the Shell Technology Centre Bangalore (STCB). The other innovations include re-purposing of batteries to create low-cost

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First Published: Jul 30 2019 | 1:08 PM IST

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