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EAI SURE-FIRE – Guiding You to Sustainable Heating and Power for Your Company

The cost of energy is becoming important for every company. Energy for heating/cooling/air conditioning, as well as for power. Manufacturing companies around India especially are increasingly concerned how to tackle the rising financial cost of power, as well as its rising environmental cost. EAI’s consulting division has started a specialized division called SURE-FIRE to assist […]

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Posted in: Corporate Sustainability, Green Buildings, Waste Management, Wind Energy

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Industrial Rooftop Solar Projects in India Picking Up as Diesel & Power Costs Increase

======================================================================================== Industrial Rooftop Solar Implementation Assistance Interested in having solar power on your industrial rooftop? The Industrial Rooftop Solar division @ EAI can help you. Send a note to Raja Mutayyah – raja@eai.in . Please note that this division focusses on industrial rooftop solar power and not for residences. We look forward to your enquiries. […]

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Posted in: Diesel, Green Buildings, Rooftop Solar, Solar Photovoltaic

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Use of LEDs in Indian Buildings to Reduce Power Costs

=========================================== Are you looking to get energy security for your company through reduction in the use of diesel, furnace oil, LPG and costly grid power? EAI can do a feasibility study for the use of solar PV & thermal, biomass for heat and power, waste heat recovery and energy efficiency to dramatically cut down fossil fuel use and reduce […]

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Posted in: Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings, LED

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UCLA Researchers Create Transparent Solar Cells that Allow Windows to Generate Electricity

UCLA researchers have created a new transparent solar cell – a breakthrough towards giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside. The team described a new kind of polymer solar cell (PSC) that produces energy by absorbing mainly infrared light, not visible light, making […]

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Posted in: Green Buildings, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic

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