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English: GIZ-Selco partnerships build up a database of innovative processes across categories and suggest those with high potential for replication in various contexts. This is an effort to identify innovations with high potential for replication and facilitate implementation of the same on the ground. These innovative processes are an important add-on to the current efforts of incubating new energy entrepreneurs, where the focus has largely been on business processes, logistics, sales and technical processes and local ecosystem building. Innovation, in this context, would be defined as the introduction of a unique product, service, system, process or approach or a combination of more than one, influenced by the specific needs in a certain geography or community that requires alternate approaches for undertaking the technological, financial and/or dissemination aspects of the solution.
Case Study 1 - Integrated Energy Centres
Case Study 2 - Solar Powered Sewing Machine
Case Study 3 - Revolving Fund
Case Study 4 - Service Camps
Case Study 5 - DC Refrigerators

IGEN-ACCESS programme of GIZ India




IGEN-ACCESS programme of GIZ India


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See also part one of the series: Innovation and Replication support for Energy Entrepreneurs



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