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  • Easy access to Sustainable Energy

     

  • Easy access to Sustainable Energy

     

  • Easy access to Sustainable Energy

     

OBJECTIVE

To promote accelerated and rapid transition to solar energy age in Asian and African Countries.
To foster a spirit of partnership and co-operation among solar energy activists and other stakeholders in Asia and Africa; to establish an operative network to stakeholders.
To enhance quality of products and R & D efforts by connecting entrepreneurs with local technology testing capability, enhancing innovative linkages.
To identify the areas where research works are needed to ensure large scale deployment of Solar products.

WHY SOLAR INNOVATION

Non-
Polluting

Renewable
Source

Huge amount of
Savings

Benefits from
day 1

Low Payback
Period

Save the
Environment

Energy
Independence

Easy to
implement

OUR INNOVATIONS

Micro Solar Dome

 

Powering 24 x 7 running water to rural toilets and drinking water with solar

 

Solar Water Purifier

More than 65 percent of the Indians are still living in rural areas. Two major problems of rural areas are non-availability of light and drinking water. With the encouragement DST, Govt. of India, Dr. SP. Gonchaudhuri, a renowned Solar Scientist of India.


IDEAS

Powering Fan-Equipped Biomass Cooking Stoves by Small Solar Panels

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According to World Health Organization (WHO) suspended particulate matter and other types of air pollution annually cause the premature death of seven million people. Of them, roughly four million people a year die because of the emissions liberated into the kitchens or outside air by the world’s 400 million traditional cooking stoves burning solid fuels, mostly wood and cow dung.   Read more...

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    Prof.(Dr.)S.P.Gon Chaudhuri, Chairman, INSIC

    Expert Services to Renewable Energy Power plants specially Solar PV and Biomass. Services to Off grid and Distributed generation.Services to Power and Energy sector.

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    Elina Mahonen, Secretary of the board, INSIC

    Project managementin international level, including project planning,coordination,financial management, monitoring and evaluation. Specialized in developing countries.

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    Markku Tahkokorpi , Board Member, INSIC

    Solar and ICT technologies, Techno-economics, innovation management.Several years of R&D work on renewable energy solutions for developing markets.

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    Pekka Järvilehto, Board Member, INSIC

    More than 25 year’s experience in energy technologies, energy policy and climate change. Specialist in renewable energy, decentralised power networks and energy storage.

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    Riku Eskelinen, Board Member, INSIC

    Eskelinen is specialised in strategic management, environmental standards and environmental systems management.

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    Risto Isomaki, Board Member, INSIC

    Mr Isomäki is actively involved with the peat swamp rainforest, mangrove forest and seagrass meadows conservation and replanting programme of the Siemenpuu Foundation.

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    Kari Silfverberg, Board Member, INSIC

    Development cooperation work in Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mocambique, Namibia and Nepal. Four years university teaching at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.

Address

itälahdenkatu 22 A b, 00210 helsinki

Phone

+358 40 668 3699(secretary)

Email

info@solarinnovations.org