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Rising heat stress has incurred losses upto $3.75 billion dollars for farmers in India according to the Climate Transparency Report 2022

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In 2021, USD 159 billion, or 5.4% of India;s GDP was estimated as potential income loss (including service industry, manufacturing, agriculture, and construction) from labour capacity reduction due to extreme heat .

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The lack of adequate ‘cold chains’ of refrigerated warehousing and transport causes two million vaccine preventable deaths each year, and the waste of 200 million tonnes of food.

As temperatures increase around the world, cooling is emerging as a basic need. People also incur indirect expenditures due to lack of appropriate, affordable and efficient cooling technologies. This is in different forms - loss of productive hours, loss of efficiency in livelihood due to wastage and negative impact on quality of produce, as well as long-term impacts on health and well-being.

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Cooling for Agri & Allied


Agriculture and Animal Husbandry value chains have different cooling needs at different stages. Some needs can be fulfilled by passive cooling designs, however the need for active cooling is due to a gap. Cold Storage of different capacities to store seeds, farm produce, value added products and avoid post harvest losses.

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Cooling for Spaces


  • Passive and active cooling solutions
  • Integrated cool roofing alternatives
  • Cooling sheds for animal shelters
  • Cooling in schools

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Cooling for Retail


Solar-powered refrigerators for commercial use