Husk Power Systems

Husk Power Systems

Creating self sustaining ecosystems in rural villages

Energy | India | Access to Energy | Energy and Fuel Efficiency

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Husk Power Systems (HPS) provides locally based (decentralized) low cost mini power plants and distribution solutions to electrify rural villages. The first HPS plant was established as an experiment in August 2007 in Tamkuha Champaran Bihar. The plant lit up Tamkuha which means fog of darkness for the first time in its history. HPS was formally incorporated in 2008 and is based in Patna Bihar India. HPS uses a biomass gasification based proprietary electricity generation process where it converts biomass waste such as rice husks into gas that powers a turbine to generate electricity. HPS distributes electricity directly to rural households and small businesses.

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Energy C Corporation Operating 201 - 500 employees

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Patna Head Office

Opp. Shiv Mandir, Near National Seed Corporation
Shastri Nagar Market, Sheikhpura, Patna
Bihar, 800 014
India



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