Her uLink project is “an all-in-one, plug-and-play solution for energy service providers.”
At MIT’s Tata Center for Technology and Design, researchers are exploring ways to extend electricity access to rural communities in India using microgrids.
Can India modernize its manufacturing economy and supply electricity to its growing population without relying heavily on coal—and quite possibly destroying the global climate?
Tata Center team, working with villagers in India, designs peer-to-peer system to enable local power sharing.
SciDev.Net sat down with GridForm to talk about new planning methods for delivering electricity to remote villages
Newly published research illuminates a method for more timely and cost-effective rural planning.
“[We] have been involved in starting a transformation.” – Ratan Tata on the creation of sister Tata Centers at MIT and IIT Bombay.
Tata Fellow Varun Mehra on how solar pumps could make farming more profitable and lead the way toward rural electrification.
India has become a business giant, and the upper echelons of its economic pyramid are among the most successful in the world. But how can we ensure that this prosperity also reaches other strata of society?