Following the successful deployment of the Pyroformer™ to the three villages, the next phase of the project is in progress. Running until May 2017, it will see four semi-permanent pyroformer units established in villages within the region. If, as expected, this proves successful, Energy Harvest will look at a much larger scale deployment of units within India with the express objective of improving the lives of these farming communities.
Fifty per cent of the costs for this next phase are provided by the founding partners. We are keen to partner with individuals, companies, organisations and others in India and the UK, to help us reach out and make valuable connections for this innovative and life-enhancing project.
"With your support, we have the potential to positively impact thousands of rural communities."
Links have already been made with PEDA (Punjab Energy Development Agency), Punjab Agricultural University, TATA, the Murugappa Group, BIRAC (Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council) and Indus Towers.