Shah Alam – The Solar Research Institute Team (SRI) and UiTM Pulau Pinang obtained financing from UK Aid and UCT for the Transforming Energy Access-Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) project.

The Solar Research Institute Team (SRI) and their collaboration with UiTM Pulau Pinang are making a significant impact by securing funding from UK Aid and the University of Cape Town (UCT) for the Transforming Energy Access- Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) project. With a grant of RM 87,675.00, this initiative is poised to transform the lives of individuals in developing countries.

Through the TEA-LP project, UiTM researchers will spearhead the development of two transformative energy courses aimed at providing local solutions for energy access and solar appliances for off-grid communities. These cutting-edge courses will be offered as part of both the existing master program and a new micro-credential program, further amplifying their impact.

This is a crucial step towards a more sustainable future, as the partnership between universities across different countries showcases a steadfast commitment to promoting access to clean and sustainable energy. The TEA-LP project represents a shining example of collaboration for a better world.

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