aadhunik global energy, India


We work with the development of benign, clean, small, simple technology for decentralization of industries, for exploitation removal, for income and employment generation, rural development etc. We believe that people should be independent for their energy requirements, so people must produce energy at small scale and use it. We have developed energy equipment and machinery.

Organization Type Other Organization Type

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Secondary Contact

Address Tagore road
Rajkot, Gujarat
Website www.tinytechindia.com
Phone 912812480166
Fax 912812467552
Calling/Fax Instructions

Our Focus

Primary Initiatives, Target Populations, and Scope of Work:

We have already developed steam power plants, solar steam power plants, solar cookers, wind mills, bio gas plants etc. My vision is that all value addition home scale industries must run in villages with independant energy creation. Then they will not depend on any super power. That will be the biggest freedom.

Fuels/Technologies: Biogas
biomass steam power plants up to 10 kw including steam engines.
Sectors of Experience: Energy
Renewable Energy
Rural Development
Small Business
agro process tiny industries such as tiny oil mills, tiny maize mills, tiny jaggery plants, potato wafer plants, peanut butter plants etc
Countries of Operation:

Our Experience And Interest In The Four PCIA Central Focus Areas

Social/Cultural barriers to using traditional fuels and stoves:

We face inertia of society not to use solar cooking even though it is free. So we understand that to introduce any new item is difficult, even if it is highly beneficial to society. So we have to work with patience and confidence.

Market development for improved cooking technologies:

We are greatly interested in dissemination of our technologies in all poor countries, because each of our products is meant to increase wealth in rural, poor areas.

Technology standardization for cooking, heating and ventilation:

I feel standardization is almost impossible, particularly for local tiny projects, as situations may differ from place to place.

Indoor air pollution exposure and health monitoring:

I do not have much experience in this field.

Relevant Publications or Studies

None noted

Our Contribution to the Partnership

By interaction and cooperation without looking for monetary gain. My view is that any person interested in our technology can come to us and copy it freely. Moreover, we can conduct international workshops to transfer our technology freely to other countries.