Industrial Affiliates



Aspiration Energy is an innovative Solar Energy Services company, offering solar solutions for industrial process heating and solar powering of telecom towers on a unique monthly performance based energy charges model – PAYS (Pay As You Save).

National award winner from MNRE – UNDP for implementing large scale Solar Thermal ESCO projects.

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Acclaim technology services provides total turnkey solutions in renewable, green and clean energy integrating various technologies – Gasification, Pyrolysis, Combustion, Biomethanation and Solar Thermal.

Acclaim over the last decade and more of operation in the “Green Power” sector has more than 50,000 hours experience in Biomass Gasifier Plants. Acclaim today offers sustainable solutions for industries to replace fossil fuels (Diesel/Furnace Oil/LPG) in Thermal applications and Power Generation.

Acclaim integrates a variety of technology options to offer best fit solutions using Biomass and have implemented projects pan India from TN to J&K.

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Central Electronics Limited is a Public Sector Enterprise under Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India. It was established in 1974 with an objective to commercially exploit the indigenous technologies developed by National Laboratories and R&D Institutions in the country. CEL has developed a number of products for the first time in the country through its own R&D efforts and in close association with the premier National & International Laboratories including Defense Laboratories.

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EMSOL brings a Revolutionary Solar Technology to India: Non-Tracking CPC based Concentrators.

Branded as EMSONIS this Internationally Patented Technology:

  • Delivers among the Highest Thermal kW output per unit Area
  • Is able to operate also under sub-optimal conditions
  • Delivers among the Highest kWh Energy per annum
  • Is maintenance free as it has no moving parts

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Mangla Smart Energy Solutions Private Limited is a start up organization, with keen interest in renewable energy and energy efficiency products and solutions. The company aims to bring economically viable, environmentally friendly and energy efficient solutions to industries and commercial establishments. The company is involved in the research and development, manufacturing and installation of concentrated solar thermal technology based industrial process heating solutions, solar water heaters, solar cookers, solar air driers, VAM based solar cooling systems and solar water desalination systems. Furthermore we are also involved in the installation of domestic and commercial rooftop solar PV systems, sales of solar water pumps and consultancy services in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector.



MILMAN© a start up company established in 1996 by a group of Technocrats is a major player in state-of-the-art Thin Film Equipment and Plasma Process. The main objective of the company is indigenous development of frontline technologies in the area of Thin Films and manufacturing of finest quality physical vapour deposition equipment based on them.

MILMAN enjoys a large customer base in Scientific Research Laboratories, Universities, Institutes of Technology and Industries.

MILMAN specializes in offering complete solutions to customers in the field of Thin Films, Plasma Processing and associated Technologies. The entire chain of activities from Computer Aided design to final production, quality control and Installation of all the equipment manufactured by this group, is strongly supported by specially developed vendor base and state-of-the-art in-house assembly shop run by experts.

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The Solar Electric Light Company, India or SELCO India is a for-profit social enterprise based in Bangalore, India. The SELCO India has played an instrumental role in improving living standards of poor households in rural India especially in the state of Karnataka through solar energy based interventions and low smoke cook stoves. In recognition of the services towards reduction of the gap in access to energy, SELCO India has been awarded the prestigious Ashden Awards (also known as the Green Oscars) twice, in years 2005 and 2007.[1] SELCO India was founded in 1995 by Dr.Harish Hande an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur with INR 15,000 funding from its co-founder Mr. Neville Williams.[2] SELCO India has installed solar light systems in 125,000 houses and plans to aims to reach over 200,000 households by 2014.

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Servals Automation is part of the SERVALS Group which has a history of nearly 40 years in industrial marketing. Servals has been designed as a Social Enterprise and is engaged in the manufacture of socially relevant products, focused primarily on providing clean, green, affordable and indeed sustainable energy for cooking and lighting purposes.

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Kontact Engineers is a house of Renewable, Green and Innovative Products enabling industries to move towards a sustainable future.

Under our brand “Suntrak Synergy”, we are engaged in Research & Development of Solar Parabolic Concentrators for Industrial Process Heating requirements of Hot Water, Air, Thermic Fluid, Oil, Alkaline, Acid, Direct & Indirect Steam generation upto 200° C.

USP of the solution are indigenous design, extremely low foot weight, roof mountable on industrial sheets, in-house single-axis tracking and modularity.

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SunMoksha is a creator and provider of sustainable ecosystem in clean technologies. We provide consulting and implementation services in clean technologies solutions to corporates, institutions and MSMEs. We develop and implement innovative renewable energy solutions for rural customers.Our domains on the supply side include renewable energy from solar, bio-energy and waste-to-energy solutions; and on the demand side energy efficiency, smart buildings and smart grid.

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SuryaKund Technologies (P) Ltd

Designing and developing innovative low cost, high efficiency, Residential Solar Water Heaters without panels, that fit on any parapet or balcony.

Domain: Clean Technology (Solar-Thermal)

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