ECHAGUE, Isabela — New partnership between Isabela State University and a South Korean-based company is set to introduce green and sustainable research and development in Cagayan Valley.
Earlier this morning (April 11), ISU and BioGet Incorporated inked agreement to collaborate for research and tech deployment on Smart Agriculture, Renewable Energy, and Waste-to-Energy Technology System.
With this, ISU and BioGet links the region to the world’s efforts on technologically driven waste disposal, finding means for alternative and renewable energy resource.
“Our collaboration will make these technologies more efficient”, said Dr. Hwansoo Jung, CEO of BioGet, during the courtesy meeting with ISU President Dr. Ricmar P. Aquino, highlighting the prospects of green tech for local deployment.
Dr. Jung leads the South Korean delegation for a three-day trip in surveying the region’s primary industrial plants for biomass energy.
In a message, President Aquino assured ISU’s commitment in the initiative, dedicating pool of resources from its Agriculture, I.T., and Bioengineering programs for R&D ventures.
The University will also link its initial studies on renewable energy as working data for the said undertaking.
Delegates will be convening at ISU Cauayan Campus for this afternoon’s Technical Forum. (GZ/BJC/JF-UMIS-CMS)