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Go green november 2011

  1. 1. VOL 10. ISSUE 11. www.home-review.comhome reviewNOVEMBER 2011 Rs 75BUSINESS CUM PLEASUREMarcel WandersGEOMETRIC REFLECTIONSMoshe Safdie & AssociatesSINGING A DIFFERENT TUNEManasaram Architects Subtle Graces HCP Design And Project Management + Senz by Philip Hess I Artform by Karen Knorr I Istanbul Design Week
  2. 2. HR I GO GREEN Incorporated in 2009 and co-founded by Tommy Fernandes and Pradyut Mathur, InSite Solar Pvt. Ltd. aims at setting new standards in the energy distribution scenario. This organisation endeavors to serve people in the most remote areas of the world, by providing them with several options of clean renewable sources of power. Text By Mala Bajaj InSite Solar is inherently a systems integrator and delivers multiple solutions based on the requirement of a particular place. Development of businesses and supplying advisory and sourcing services is a core objective of the company. Market analysis and due diligence, assisting corporations and investors to evaluate product and market strengths and potential is also something the company lays abundant stress on. Their service areas typically are rural communities, United Nations organisations, governments, international aid organisations, NGOs and commercial project developers. Activities like the facilitating of pumping and purification of water, medical facility installations and the setting up of solar home systems are part of the companys realm of occupation. The projects they undertake are not only from India but also from several remote areas of Africa. They aim at growing in India, the sub-continent and subsequently worldwide. Insite Solar believes that four-hundred million Indians have no electricity and solar power would definitely help spark the countrys development and end the power cuts that plague the nation. THIS PAGE TOP Their service areas typically are rural communities. BOTTOM Solar PV installation - Talasari district India. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP A solar PV plate for a family in Africa. BOTTOM LEFT Pradyut Mathur, co-founder Insite Solar. RIGHT Tommy Fernandes, co-founder Insite Solar.64 HOME REVIEW NOVEMBER 2011 www.home-review.com
  3. 3. HR I GO GREENwww.home-review.com NOVEMBER 2011 HOME REVIEW 65

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