US Pakistan Centers For Advanced Studies In Energy Organizes Research Expo

US Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy organizes research Expo

US Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCASE) at Arizona State University, on Wednesday organized research Expo aimed at showcasing potential in providing renewable and sustainable green energy solutions to cater to Pakistan's increasing energy needs.

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 25th Apr, 2018 ) :US Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCASE) at Arizona State University, on Wednesday organized research Expo aimed at showcasing potential in providing renewable and sustainable green energy solutions to cater to Pakistan's increasing energy needs.

The Expo was inaugurated by Director education USAID Dr Christopher Steel. The one-day exhibition showcased over 40 research projects on renewable energy, thermal energy, electrical energy, and energy policy.

In addition, the U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water program. which partners with the University of Utah, also showcased its accomplishments over the last three years. Speaking on the occasion, Dr.

Steel said he was proud of the USPCASE accomplishments and the partnership developed between universities, industry and government. He said this initiative was expected to assist the Government of Pakistan in addressing energy challenges of Pakistan and emphasized that the United States was committed to working together with Pakistan to help meet its growing energy needs.

The USPACASE centers were building a strong network of industry, governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders to ensure the sustainability of the centers well into the future, creating think thanks that can serve as innovation centers for Pakistan.

In his message Mission Director USAID Jerry Bisson said the US Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies program fosters practical solutions to Pakistan's energy and water challenges through collaborative and applied research, innovations in curriculum and technology, technical training, leadership, policy development and advocacy.

Through partnership with US universities, these centers were working together to strengthen academic programs, educate a new generation of skilled problem solvers and build an enduring bridge between government, industry and academia.

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