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Solar Powered Group Irrigation

Around 3000 farming families are now able to grow 2nd and 3rd crops, improving their income and reducing dependence on seasonal migration during the non-monsoon months. A large part of the global population lacks access to reliable electricity.
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Solar Micro-Grids

140+ previously unelectrified villages from some of the most cut off and remote parts of the country now have reliable access to electricity 24x7. A large part of the global population lacks access to reliable electricity.
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Grid-Tied Systems

Excellent feedback and repeat orders received from our clients for the high-quality grid tied solar projects implemented at their factories and institutions A large part of the global population lacks access to reliable electricity.
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Biogas Cooking Grids

Biogas as a sustainable alternative to LPG, coal and biomass has helped 2600+ beneficiaries across villages and institutions cook better, while contributing to environmental and economical sustainability A large part of the global population lacks access to reliable electricity.
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Solar Pumps for Domestic water

101 domestic water projects provide water to around 4,500 households at no more than a 2-minute walk, reducing the drudgery of women and children, often tasked with traversing long distances in difficult terrain to procure water A large part of the global population lacks access to reliable electricity.

The sustainability of energy access projects and their reliability at scale has been a key issue for corporations, foundations, social
organizations and governments wishing to create a meaningful impact in remote communities.

  Gram Oorja is a trusted energy access provider with 900+ community-scale projects across India, impacting over 150,000 people providing
them with access to clean and reliable energy for their essential and productive needs.

Breaking Barriers Down

Remote villages rely on conventional power networks, but difficult terrain, long distances, and high costs make access unreliable. Centralized structures often fail these last-mile areas, compromising supply quality or energy access entirely.

Gram Oorja’s decentralized solutions like solar water pumps, microgrids, and biogas cooking grids at the last mile villages bypass these challenges. These sustainable initiatives empower remote regions, ensuring reliable and environmentally friendly energy access

Our Solutions

Solar Micro Grids

Solar Micro Grids

Solar Water Pumps

Solar Water Pumps

Biogas Cooking Grids

Biogas Cooking Grids

Institutional Level Energy Systems

Institutional Level Energy Systems

Consulting

Consulting

Grid-Tied Systems

Grid-Tied Systems

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Solar Micro
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Solar Water
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Biogas Based
Cooking Projects

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Institution Level
Energy Systems

These solutions emerged out of an innovative approach to addressing grass-root problems. They result in
better living standards through impact on education, health, environment, livelihood generation, women
empowerment, communication and entertainment.

Impact

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Projects

Energy is only an enabler. At Gram Oorja, we measure impact in terms of improvement in an individual’sdaily life across social, economic and environmental dimensions.

Circle of Sustainability

Community Interaction Preferably to
Communities
Tariff Structure Determined by ability to pay Ownership Transfer Metering for every user
Design for Aspirations Beneficiary contribution To ensure sustainability and
discipline
Deep community interaction through social organizations Tailor-made solutions To increase involvement

Partners

Recognition

Testimonials

I do not have to run around frantically looking for things around the house with a kerosene lamp. My house is more organized and clean.I do tailoring for the people in the village and I get more time to do this after my house work; even into the night. The 24 hour supply from the micro-grid keeps me at peace.

Laxmi Dhemtu Gowde Viral, Joida, Karnataka

My wife and I now have secondary incomes from the flour mill I operate and the shop she runs. The shop was always there, but it is now open after sunset. Many of the people here who come back late from their farms, have a chance to buy basic essentials. We do not need to travel long distances for using a mill anymore.

Motilal Dhandekar Khokmar, Melghat, Maharashtra

As a private social enterprise the organization emphasizes establishing a strong public-private- non-profit partnership for a cluster of villages. This, together with grass roots ownership and engagement of the villagers, in my view, has become instrumental in ensuring long term sustainability of their solutions and the positive impact thereof. I wish Gram Oorja the best as they scale their solutions to hundreds and thousands of remote villages.

Aparna Katre Cultural Entrepreneur