Convergence Energy Services (CESL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with CLASP, an international non-profit organisation, for the deployment of high-quality energy efficiency technologies.
CESL and CLASP will set up a monitoring and quality assurance cell for products used in decentralized solar power generation, home-based energy efficient appliances, and other products. Under this partnership, protocols, testing, and evaluation mechanisms will be defined for the products being offered through CESL’s various business units.
Sharing her views on the partnership, Mahua Acharya, CEO & MD, CESL, said, “Through this MoU, we will be able to enhance the quality and delivery of energy-efficient products, bringing new solutions such as battery-based energy storage, Internet of Things, for last mile communities where we work. We intend to maximise India’s sustainability efforts by working in convergence with diverse stakeholders and accelerate the impact of our initiatives.”
Fred Sherman, COO of CLASP said, “We are excited to partner with Convergence. Having globally supported the development of test methods, standards, quality assurance mechanisms, and market transformation initiatives, we are excited to support CESL accelerate the transition to high quality and efficient technologies.”
CESL and CLASP will develop policy and programmatic strategy to promote energy efficient technologies in urban and rural marketplaces, in addition to supporting CESL deploy energy efficient products in weak and off-grid areas.