Lighting Up Lives in Rural India

New Delhi, India [The Times of India] An auto driver, a midwife, a rose picker…these may not sound like your average consumers of renewable energy but for Harish Hande, a 37-year-old engineer whose solar energy company Selco India recently won the prestigious ‘Green Oscar’, it’s all about tailoring innovation to match a particular need. “Rural India isn’t running microwaves and ACs. Here, a little electricity goes a long way,” says the IIT Kharagpur alumnus who founded the company 12 years ago.
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