Water-Gen and Vikram Solar to showcase Environmental and Humanitarian Water Solutions.

On the heels of the recent $100 million memorandum of understanding between Water-Gen and Vikram Solar, and as a sign of the deepening cooperation between India and Israel, Water-Gen and Vikram Solar will be featured at the upcoming Smart Cities Expo in India on May 10-12. Water-Gen is one of Israel's most innovative companies whose dynamic leadership and cutting-edge solutions are aiming to improve the quality of life for people around the world. Vikram Solar, the globally leading Tier 1 solar module manufacturer (by Bloomberg New Energy Finance) and EPC solutions provider, will further boost the efficiency of the Water-Gen technology by powering it with solar energy solution, enabling its use in the remotest parts of India, where electricity is not available.

Water-Gen is especially relevant in India, which lacks sufficient, clean drinking water. Executive Chairman for Water-Gen, Maxim Pasik explains, "Water-Gen will make great strides in changing the lives of the citizens of India for the better. Water-Gen products are the solution to one of the world's most immediate challenges by providing clean, accessible drinking water."

"This month," Pasik notes, "we will demonstrate in New Delhi how Water-Gen units produce clean drinking water. We will be distributing the refreshing drinking water produced by Water-Gen to the citizens of India in this area."

As a leader in the fast-growing solar sector, Vikram Solar covers the entire spectrum from modules to EPC to O&M and is now foraying into BOS. "I am confident," saidGyanesh Chaudhary, Managing Director of Vikram Solar"that we will successfully provide the solution for Water-Gen to provide clean drinking water in the locations in India that lack electricity, especially in the remote, rural areas."

Pasik continues, "Our collaboration with Vikram Solar will ensure we provide clean drinking water to the people of India in rural areas without electricity in one integrated independent system. We will establish water farms powered by solar energy that will produce millions of liters of clean drinking water daily."


Business | News published on 03/05/2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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