1. HANUL TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.
Science and Technology Park, University of Pune
Center of Excellence in Urban e Governance
Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
BUILDING ONE INDIA
“We will have freedom and independence only when we get rid of
poverty. Only maybe, when we have one India.”
–Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
2. HANUL Technologies is an INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT CENTRE specializing in conceptualizing, designing &
implementing ENERGY-SAVING projects across all industries.
Incubated in the SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARK, UNIVERSITY OF
PUNE and tie-up with INDIA 800 FOUNDATION.
HANUL’S focus is it’s NEW, HIGHLY INNOVATIVE LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGY specially designed for INDIAN CONDITIONS.
3. To offer Safe environment to women in the villages.
Local entrepreneurship development and women empowerment.
To offer Solar lights , filtered water and fuel to villagers.
Villagers should have access to sustainable income source.
4. Solar LED Lighting System & Solar PV Water Pumping System.
Biomass Pellet Project.
Sewing Machine for manufacturing simple articles.
Skill development for youth and women of the village.
5. Social Justice and Globalization.
The Idea of Progress.
Understanding India & Building Evidence Base.
Database of Non Governmental Organizations.
Challenge of Inclusive Growth.
6. India’s Rise…
Population 1.2 billion; 48.2% are women; 70% rural & 30% urban.
Growth rates 7 – 9.6% creates affluence & some social mobility.
886 million mobile subscribers, second largest in the world.
World Wealth Report 2011 (Cap Gemini and Merrill Lynch) India’s
High Net Worth individual population rose by more than 26,000 to
20.3% Millionaire growth rate against a world average of 8.3%.
Greater role for women in development.
7. India’s Challenges…
Ranked 119th of 169 countries on Human Development Index.
2 people die - 3 minutes due to TB; 9.7% Food inflation Sept 2011.
Less than 50% Indians access formal banking.
5 states, 50% of villages account for 80% of malnutrition cases.
Estimates of those living on $2 a day vary from 450 million to 800
Across the world 1.1 billion defecate in the open - 58% are Indians.
Involving more women as drivers of social change.
8. Building One India by using Science and Technology/ Social
Innovation to deliver on:
Non Conventional Energy
Economic Integration, Education and Livelihood
13. BMC Software joined forces with Hanul Technologies to light up one
Sakur village in Sangmner Taluka of Ahemadnagar District with 23
Each household was donated with Solar Powered LED Lighting
Seven street lights were installed in the village.
15. To donate savable energy for rural electrification.
An opportunity to showcase an unique project where Corporate
Social Responsibility , Technology & Determination can make it
possible to relocate excess energy to the needy.
A small village with about 50 homes with Smart Street Lights and a
Filtered Water Pumping System will require only about 15 Kilowatt
Hours per day.
16. A Television Set with DTH & One Computer with internet connection
will take about 5 Kilowatt hours per day.
A Solar/Windmill hybrid battery charging station to charge hand
held Torch for about 50 No’s.
Kids can study at home in the evening and can have a better
prospect for future.
Household electrification increases the likelihood that woman can
earn sustainable income.