The successful launch of Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to enact the Big bang is the new finding in the western world. It has come at the time when we, the humans, are not certain how the ecosystem and world would look after few centuries. At this point of the time question how we evolved may not be that important as that to how we are going to stay and survive.
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Thus the invention of Dr. Rajesh Iyer and Dr. Channiwala is not only to replace the conventional kit for natural gas but to take the usage of natural gas to higher platforms with their patented indigenous technology which has been validated and evaluated by the best brains of IIT’s and foreign universities. The new technology has been tried and tested on engines of various capacities and it can be the new replacement for current technology that uses natural-gas and bio-gas. Moreover, due to easy abundance of the fuel it can be an excellent substitute for solar and wind energy for power generation. To validate the claim of new invention Dr. Rajesh opined that this technology will set a new milestone in the era of dedicated gas engine technology and apparently, in the Indian history of engine technology till now there has been no successful indigenous engine manufacturer. That makes Dr Rajesh and Dr. Channiwala, the first Indian to have come up with unique and innovative technology, which they plan to commercialize in the near future and claim to achieve the goals of any fuel cell technology in 1/10th of its cost with better results and more practical solutions in both mobile and stationary applications.
Prior to donning the role of inventor and entrepreneur, Dr Rajesh has been the faculty in various premier technical institutes in India, also worked as Head of R&D in Sagas Autotec Pvt Ltd. Dr Rajesh is also one amongst the 30 scientists who represented India in first Indo-German Symposium held at Chennai in Oct 2009. His new invention under the aegis of Dr. Channiwala, an alumni of IIT Mumbai, an Ex-Director and presently professor in Mechanical Engineering Department of Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology,