J. B. United intends to venture into the renewable power business in India by initially investing in a 1 MW anaerobic, digestion-based food-waste-to-energy-power plant.
To inspire, educate, and assist future generations in achieving energy independence while reducing energy utilisation and stabilising company costs.
What is it?
Renewable energy is energy from a source that is not depleted when used, such as from biomass, wind and water or hydro, geothermal and solar energy. Biomass is solid waste, and converting it into clean energy has environmental benefits. It can feed local energy needs, create local jobs, and provide a permanent supply of energy for future generations, all while saving government costs.
Why we need it?
- There have been many projects on energy generation from solid waste on a commercial level that have proved successful in developed countries like USA, Australia, UK and several parts of Europe.
- India is a developing nation with a huge demand for energy.
- Inadequate and improper disposal of solid wastes pollutes all the vital components of the living environment (i.e. air, land and water) at local and global levels.
- The Clean India Mission, the central government’s initiative towards green energy can be aided with our first step towards producing renewable energy.