GPS Renewables is a Bangalore based cleantech firm founded in 2012 by IIMB graduates Mainak Chakraborty and Sreekrishna Sankar, who came together with the simple frustration of “ how can we solve this garbage mess? ”. The founders today are guided by a strong sense of WHY which is “to transition the world to a cleaner and more sustainable way of living”.
The company currently focuses on bio-methanation technologies to solve the organic waste management challenge, accelerate substitution of fossil fuel with bio-energy and play a key role in mitigating climate change.
It’s core products are the BioUrja, a state-of-the-art modular biogas plant and the BiogasBot, a proprietary AI solution for remote predictive bioprocess management. The company has close to 100 BioUrja installations across India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka with Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Intel, Bosch, Cummins, Saint Gobain, Reliance, JW Mariott Group, and the TATAs. These BioUrjas help GPS’ clients convert organic waste into clean energy for captive usage, significantly reducing their carbon footprint.