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Enrich Energy from Pune, Maharashtra (India) bags prestigious Global Green Award

Enrich Energy Private Limited (EEPL) has become the first Indian solar power company to win the prestigious Global Green Award, which was presented to 52 different companies worldwide in various categories recently. The Pune-based company bagged the award amidst stiff global competition from over 75 countries across five continents.

Mr Ankit Kanchal, Director, Enrich Energy Pvt. Ltd. received the award – comprising a certificate and trophy — from Charbel S Tabet, President, Association Otherways Management and Consulting (France) at the awards function in Berlin.

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Attributing the award win to his company’s pioneering moves in the solar industry by offering solar projects on turnkey concept, he said “We bagged this award for being pioneer in the Solar Industry by offering solar power projects on turnkey basis and developing private solar power parks, which involved setting up related infrastructure alongside getting the required permissions in the shortest time period. Also, we are the first in the Indian solar industry to provide a unique solution which helps even retail investors to set up their solar power projects with smallest MW capacity.”

Elaborating on the project, he said “Our pioneering project is the country’s first private solar power park of 40 MW in Solapur, Maharashtra spread over a total of 200 acres are. The company is also pioneer in Maharashtra to commission the project under REC mechanism.”

The Global Green Award, which was constituted in 2014 by “Association Otherways Management & Consulting” (France), is given for outstanding environmental achievements and contributions in areas of Innovation, Quality & Technology, and sustainable practices. The Award Forum had firms, governmental institutions, renewable energy firms, environmental agencies and others from over 75 countries to cover all “Green Topics” and grant the Award to companies with outstanding environmental achievements and sustainable practices worldwide.

The selection criteria included periodical reports by Indian and global marketing, research  & consulting firms, polls and voting process through mail, Internet or within awarded companies, besides information from media, advertising agencies, trade fairs and exhibits, chambers of commerce, embassies, polls including the Online Macro Poll, which is analyzed by “The Global Green Award” Selection committee  before deciding the final winner.

Photo caption:Charbel S Tabet (left), President, Association Otherways Management and Consulting (France), presenting the “Global Green Award” certificate to Ankit Kanchal, Director, Enrich Energy Pvt. Ltd. at the awards function in Berlin.