ReNew Power Blog Posts

Business and Economy

The COVID19 pandemic is perhaps the biggest ever health crisis to have confronted humanity, plunging countries and its citizens into a prolonged period of misery and uncertainty. In the absence of any vaccine, social distancing is the only shield we have, forcing us to stay indoors and disrupting our normal routines.

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Life beyond ReNew

Business and Economy Sustainability

Diversity & Inclusion

When the year began, news of novel Corona virus ravaging Wuhan in China had gained decibel in India. Although, concerned with the mysterious and fast-paced nature of its transmission, I do not think anyone anticipated it would blow up into a massive global pandemic, causing death, debilitating healthcare systems and seriously jolting the entire global economy.

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Thought Leadership

It’s unfortunate that despite being cognizant of its finite supply, most individuals and institutions, even today, use water indiscriminately without being mindful of the dire ramifications. In 2020, having access to clean water is a privilege and if we don’t aggressively conserve the freshwater we have left, the situation warrants an even more worrying picture for all of us soon.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

As a son, a husband, a father and the leader of an organization committed to building a sustainable business, I recognize my responsibility to realise women’s rights for an equal future. There is enough empirical evidence to confirm that organisations that build a welcoming environment for all sexes, perform better.

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Diversity & Inclusion

2019 was a milestone year for us. On 27 October 2019, ReNew Power crossed 5,000 MW of commissioned capacity and became the first clean energy company in India and the 11th globally (ex-China) to do so. This is a significant achievement, coming as it does within a short time span of 8 years and is a big step forward towards realizing our vision of building a sustainable and energy – secure India.

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Renewable energy

oday, as organizations become larger and man power intensive with complicated structures, the importance of values and ideals is increasing more than ever; while it is becoming increasingly difficult for such companies to find common areas which can sustain them as a close knit entity in the longer run.

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Life beyond ReNew

In a world where Green Credits are running successfully in all verticals using a predefined framework, an average lower-middle class income person in India, whose income, profile, electricity usage, fuel usage have been recorded by the Green Credits scheme, has allowed his electricity and gas utilities along with information about his vehicle type, mileage and diesel/petrol bills to be seamlessly transferred to the Green Credits authority upon registration.

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Sustainability