Clean Technology & Sustainability Solutions


December 5, 2016



Nanogrid Electricity in India

Sonia Phalnikar

" An estimated 200 million Indians live off-grid and access to power is patchy among rural communities. One model in the eastern Indian state of Odisha is marrying solar energy with cloud-based technology toelectrify an unconnected village. Its not just bringing light, but transforming the hamlet. " ...

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September 24, 2016



A smart village which runs on solar power

Hyderabad: Express News Service

" In India, where two thirds of population lives in around 6,00,000 villages, empowering villagers to create income generating enterprises can lead to improved food security, education and health, and to participatory democracy " ...

Read the Indian Express Coverage here.




July 22, 2016



Solar power must to decarbonize power sector

Bengaluru : TIMES NEWS NETWORK

" Renewable energy does not stand alone. Villagers have to be educated about Nanogrids -the technology involved in the project, how people's health would improve, better access to water and more employment generation if there's 24x7 electricity " ...

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July 5, 2016



How India's 'smart villages' are centralising solar power

By Edd Gent, Bangalore

" I've seen plenty of microgrids, but the combination of technology in this village is a first " says Mr. Upendra Tripathy, Secretary MNRE. " It's the integration and the remote monitoring. That's where they've done wonders. " ...

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June 30, 2016



JUNE 2016, Volume 9, Issue 6, p26

Smart Village Nanogrid - Energizing Rural Hinterland

" In this case study, Dr Ashok Das discusses the innovative Smart Village NanogridTM solution and their pilot village in Chhotkei, Odisha. He highlights that SunMoksha has invested years of effort to closely understand the challenges of energy access and hasdeveloped a holistic solution with a 'systems' approach to address these challenges... "

Read the case study here.




June 15, 2016



Chrisanta Dias, June 15, 2016 Features

SunMoksha's Smart NanogridTM Is Electrifying One Indian Village At A Time

" ...Our solutions are based on two key interventions - renewable energy and smart microgrid with remote monitoring. Both of these are significant for the development of this sector. The second component has been missing from the village microgrids and now everyone is talking about it... "

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May 31, 2016



SMART GRID Bulletin, Volume 1, Issue 8, May 2016

India's First Smart Village Nanogrid

" ...The key technical intervention is the IoT/IT-enabled Smart NanogridTM which ensures reliable and predictable power supply through demand and supply management and citizen-centric power services. Citizens not only get quality, reliable power but can also schedule their power requirement according to their convenience, view their electricity consumption and bill in real time, pay their bills and register their complain through a Mobile App that is language-independent... "

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May 18, 2016



Wed, 2016-05-18 14:54 - SCC India Staff

How Odisha's 'Smart Nanogrid' village is becoming energy efficient

" ...In addition to electricity management, the system monitors and controls other resources such as water, waste, agriculture and environmental parameters. The system also manages consumer relations, technical support, training, local value-added services to consumers, and supports e-governance. Reliable power and digital connectivity also enables tele-education, tele-medicine and tele-panchayat facilities for the villagers, thereby achieving the goals of digitally connected smart villages... "

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May 13, 2016



By Business Wire India, 13 May, 2016 - In Awards

2nd Smart Cities India Expo 2016 Concludes with the Smart Cities India 2016 Awards

" ... In addition, Smart Cities India 2016 expo also witnessed Smart Cities India awards 2016 on the last day, to recognize pioneering projects that aim to make cities more livable, and economically viable. For 9 categories, there were 11 winners including Design Plus, Goyani Group, Freespanz Design Build Pvt Ltd, Bosch, Sun Moksha Power Pvt Ltd, K-Nomics, JUSCO, Daily Dump, Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation, Safiee Burhani Upliftment Trust, and Allied Digital Services Ltd ... "

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