ONGC to make efficient electric chulha

ONGC is working towards finding an efficient household cooking solution to ensure last-mile delivery of clean energy.

GN Bureau | January 10, 2018


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 ONGC has embarked on an ambitious project on innovation towards making an “Efficient Electric Chulha (stove)”. 

ONGC has also launched a nationwide campaign to seek innovative solutions for the development of solar Chulha.
 
More than 1,500 entries were received by ONGC. An expert panel comprising of eminent scientists and chaired by Anil Kakodkar, former chairman, Atomic Energy Commission met on January 6, 2018 at Mumbai to deliberate upon the proposals.
 
The top three entries will receive awards of Rs. 10 Lakhs, Rs. 5 Lakhs and 3 Lakhs respectively. On successful demonstration and testing performance of the units, about 1000 units may be initially procured by ONGC for demonstration in different regions. ONGC may also provide financial support for fabrication of 1000 units, from the start up fund set up by ONGC to popularize the product amongst the masses.
 
ONGC is working towards finding an efficient household cooking solution to ensure last-mile delivery of clean energy.
 

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