Congratulations to Promethean Power—they're on this year's longlist for the Ashden Awards! Created to highlight some the boldest thinking and biggest breakthroughs in sustainable energy, the Ashden Awards are globally recognized as a mark of excellence in the field of green energy.
Promethean Power Systems' cold storage solution for smallholder dairy farmers is featured in Feed the Future's Year in Review. It's great to see Promethean continuing the groundbreaking work they started as a Powering Agriculture Innovator!
Promethean Power is one of 20 start-ups who will take center stage for Pitch Day in Singapore on October 26th. The top five will go to the finale on November 15th. The shortlisted start-ups are in the running to win the $15,000 Jury’s Prize and/or the $5,000 Audience Prize at the Finale. Good luck!
Promethean Power Systems' milk chillers are improving the bottom line for farmers. A dairy complex official put it this way: "This power system plays an important role in reducing loss that we faced earlier due to inadequate refrigeration and poor storage. The waste has reduced to 0.01% from 8%."
Sam White, co-founder of Promethean Power Systems, will provide insights on the benefits of deploying in developing economies, and will discuss whether initial deployment in developing countries might improve technology design and deployment strategies for domestic markets.
Promethean Power Systems has changed the way Hatsun Agro, and other large Indian dairy sellers, do business. Their clean tech thermal batteries help these companies distribute fresher, more healthy milk to consumers, while allowing farmers to maximize their output.
Congratulations to Promethean Power Systems! They've just won the Confederation of Indian Industry's Significant Achievement in Innovation award for their thermal energy-based milk chilling and storage solution. Their accomplishments mean fresher milk for consumers and a better living for farmers.
Promethean Power Systems Director Sorin Grama will speak at the 3rd Annual Tata Center Symposium at the MIT Samberg Conference Center on September 13, 2017. He'll be offering his perspective on entrepreneurship in the developing world.
Promethean Power Systems has been selected to partner with USAID's Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation program. This will enable Promethean Power Systems to extend their milk chilling technology to farmers in Bangladesh, continuing the work they began in India through Powering Agriculture.
Looking to offer his wife some relief from the Indian heat, Promethean Power Systems co-founder, Sam White, developed the Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace with some of the cooling balls left over from his cooling system. The necklace not only kept her cool, it provides relief to MS and cancer patients.
Promethean Power Systems and BRAC are working together to help dairy farmers in Bangladesh get fresh milk to market much faster. BRAC recently bought 19 additional Rapid Milk Chillers, which will make even more urban markets available to farmers, all while operating both profitably and sustainably.