Renewable Energy

Power generation is one of the key indicators of economic growth and industrial development of any country. However, it contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. There has been a growing realisation of multiple economic and social benefits of the clean energy, besides the obvious environmental benefits. Regarded as the third most attractive market for renewable energy, India has set itself an ambitious target of achieving 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022.

Clean and renewable energy for the poor and vulnerable rural communities is one of our major focus areas. Our technology innovation initiatives have helped operationalise and decentralise renewable energy solutions in the rural areas of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Our initiatives have focused on streamlining decentralised bio-mass and bio-gas, to generate electricity and promote solar technologies for enhancing the energy security of villages. We are one of the organisations which have successfully demonstrated three different renewable energy technologies and services based on bio-mass, bio-gas and solar energy. In association with Rockefeller Foundation, on Smart Power for Environmentally-sound Economic Development (SPEED) for easy access to affordable and renewable energy services in the rural areas, we are promoting electricity generation through scalable pilots of Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) micro-grids. It mimics a grid and has proved to be an innovative solution. It utilises the potential of solar off-grids, biomass gassifiers and device-based renewable energy options

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