Princeton University Signs Two MOUs with IIT Delhi and ReNew Power
Governor Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy witnessed the signing of two MOUs with Princeton University to help promote the development of renewable energy, bringing us closer to a sustainable future. “Sustainability and fostering the transition away from fossil fuel-based energy and toward renewable sources is a future which all of us are committed to, and a future the actions taken today will help create,” said Governor Murphy. The MOUs are both first steps for Princeton’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment to explore deeper relationships around research. The first MOU, with the IIT Delhi Centre of Excellence and ReNew Power – India’s largest independent producer of renewable energy, signals a process to develop future research collaborations. The second MOU sets the stage for an agreement that would offer the opportunity for two Andlinger-affiliated students to participate in ReNew Power’s Global Green Scholars Program.