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EAI Launches Cleantech Vounteer Expert Program


As part of EAI’s efforts for catalyzing cleantech EAI recently launched the Cleantech Volunteer Expert program.

The objective of forming this panel is to connect these experts with renewable energy and cleantech activities around India, so that these experts contribute to the acceleration of renewable energy and clean technology across various sectors, industry segments and communities.

This panel will comprise experts and professionals from diverse renewable energy and clean technology sectors, who are willing to share their expertise for the progress of their communities/regions.

The key segments that the experts will assist will be Schools, Colleges, Non Government Organizations, Rural Communities and the Bottom of Pyramid sections of the society. However, there are no constraints on the experts providing assistance to other sectors as well (for example, industries, government, private sector etc).

More about the EAI Cleantech Volunteer Expert program from here

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Narasimhan Santhanam

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  1. ragini September 11, 2012

    great post and nice work .

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