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Indian hydrogen sensor startup receives Rs3.29 Crore funding
Indian hydrogen sensor startup receives Rs3.29 Crore funding

Indian hydrogen sensor startup receives Rs3.29 Crore funding

A hydrogen sensor startup from Maharashtra is to receive funding of Rs3.29 crore for the indigenous development of Hydrogen Sensing & Analysis Technology.

A hydrogen sensor startup from Maharashtra is to receive funding of Rs3.29 crore for the indigenous development of hydrogen sensing and analysis technology.

Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology, presided over the signing of an MoU between Technology Development Board under DST and M/s Multi Nano Sense Technologies Private, Maharashtra to support the local manufacturing of Hydrogen sensors.

The company is developing a modern hydrogen analysis sensor for new age applications.

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