The Indian School of Business (ISB) and Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation have jointly launched the Clean Energy Lab, an incubation programme to support early stage non-profits working on creating policy impacts in clean energy.
Supported by DLabs, the incubation and acceleration arm of ISB, the Clean Energy Lab invites entries from non-profits working in the areas of renewable energy, climate change and energy efficiency. The lab aims to identify individuals and thinkers with big, audacious ideas to create research-based policy impact in India and build their concepts into scalable institutions.
“Through the Clean Energy Lab, ISB is excited to partner with Shakti Foundation to support non-profits who are seeking to create large-scale policy impact in building and scaling their ideas and contribute to the larger goal of nation- building,” Rajendra Srivastava, Dean, ISB, said in a release. Read More…
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