The National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) and Energy Efficiency Services (EESL) have decided to w ork together to design and develop innovative energy efficient business solutions for dairy cooperative institutions.
In order to promote efficient renewable technologies in the dairy space, NDDB, the apex dairy institution, inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with EESL for this.
NDDB and EESL will work together to develop the business solutions that will be transparent, scalable and flexible enough to seamlessly embrace different and emerging technologies in a manner that incentivises all the stakeholders.
It was emphasised to propagate technically sound and financially viable models meeting the need of electricity, steam and hot water in the dairy cooperative network.
NDDB and EESL will facilitate collaboration among various agencies for disposal of crop residues/agricultural waste and bio-waste in an environment friendly, efficient and viable manner through adoption of non-conventional energy generation models.
EESL will conceptualise, propose and design technically sound alternate energy generation solutions for dairy plants in the dairy cooperative sector across the country.
EESL will also arrange necessary technical and funding support for design, development and operation of the non-conventional energy generation models.