As we near COP26, Smart Power India has adopted a #PowerPeoplePlanet approach to highlight conversations and insights on energy access, economic development and energy transition. In this quarter, we amplified the voices of our customers across various platforms by bringing forth the impact of mini-grid electricity on rural enterprises. Our conversations with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and partners such as Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and mini-grid developers were focused on spreading awareness about the deployment of DREs and the socio-economic impact on the rural community. We created a platform for the women of rural Odisha to voice their issues and narrate success stories through a community radio led by the Bijulee Didis (Power Sisters). We are ever grateful for your support in making reliable energy access a priority for policymakers, private partners, and customers alike. Happy reading!
A #PowerPeoplePlanet approach is our roadmap to achieving the global sustainable development goals. With this campaign, we highlight that all SDGs have 1 thing in common – their dependence on clean & continuous energy access as drivers of growth and development.
We conducted a training session for rural entrepreneurs on financing their businesses through the use of clean energy, in Bindra Bazaar, Bahraich, UP
Charcha 2021 (13th – 15th August) Our CEO, Mr. Jaideep Mukherjee spoke at Charcha 2021 on the role of electricity in combating economic inequities & climate change.
Mini-Grid Developer’s Dialogue (28th Sep) Smart Power India represented by Samit Mitra, Sr. Director – Program Implementation shared key insights on how last-mile grid connectivity can be improved using learnings from the implementation of mini-grids.
Virtual Round Table (29th Sep) – Residential Electricity Consumption Smart Power India represented by Samit Mitra, Sr. Director – Program Implementation shared key insights on demand and residential electricity consumption patterns.