Promotion of Renewable Energy:

The primary hindrance to growth in rural productivity and subsequent economic growth, is the lack of basic infrastructure such as electricity, clean water and sanitation. Nearly 300 million people in rural India lack access to grid-connected power, promoting use of archaic sources of energy such as kerosene, diesel, wood-fired traditional cook stoves etc, which results in substantial health and environmental hazards. Solar power offers an opportunity to bridge this massive infrastructure gap and improve the social, economic, environment and health indicators of 30 per cent of India's population.

SG Foundation extends its hand in promoting Renewable Energy service to the households ranging from Solar PV micro grids, Solar Home Lighting Systems (SHS), Solar Water Pumps, Solar Street Lights and an Innovative Solar Puncturewala in the intervened areas.

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