Carbon Masters and Hasiru Dala Innovations form a joint venture, Sustainable Impacts, to enable circular economy solutions in Bengaluru. They have operationalised the first phase of a 30 TPD (tonnes per day) wet waste-to-bio-CNG plant in Harohalli.
Carbonlites Bio Enriched organic fertiliser was chosen as the organic input for an organic farming programme, organised by Gandhi Krishi Vigyana Kendra (GKVK), administrative headquarters of UAS (University of Agricultural Sciences). This programme provides 200 farmers across South Karnataka, with technical advice, inputs and market linkages.
Carbon Masters was featured in Sustainable Future' a special supplement of the Economic Times, for enabling regenerative agriculture and clean energy solutions. The focus of the feature was to throw light on the importance of renewables, energy security and soil health.
Carbon Masters set up the first ever bio CNG plant in Siddipet in partnership with the Siddipet Municipality. 25T of wet waste collected from Siddipet's 1.5L residents will be processed at this plant to produce bio CNG and organic fertiliser
Carbon Masters was awarded the WWF India Climate Solver Award, 2017 for transformative innovations in technology and business models that substantially contribute towards mitigating climate change and enhancing clean energy access.
Carbon Masters was featured in
Forbes India Special 'Social Impact
The article traces the journey of the
company starting with consulting and
bio CNG. It highlights the potential impact of the company in the space of social impact, sustainability and climate change.
Carbon Masters was featured in 'The Scotsman - Scotland's National Newspaper' and Outlook Business Magazine's Good Businesses edition for August 2017 to highlight how Carbonlites as a solution is changing the way India looks at waste and energy.
Carbon Masters successfully closed its first round of funding led by Indian Angel Network (IAN) - the world's largest angel investor network and Sangam Ventures - a pure play clean- tech venture fund. The company is planning to utilize the funds in product developments, marketing and engineering level hiring and project developments.
Carbon Masters’ waste to bio-CNG initiative energy initiative was chosen as one of the top three winning finalists at the Make the Future Accelerator 2017 by Shell Foundation to recognize and reward the most innovative ideas in the area of energy efficiency and CO2 reductions from Indian startups.