Children’s faces light up when they hear the words “midday meals”, and they run to line up for the delicious food at the ring of the school bell. CLP India has been spreading smiles by providing midday meals to 5,000 children in Hubli in the southwestern state of Karnataka over the last two years.
“I was very weak when I was in my first grade but I am much healthier now. It’s all because of the midday meals,” says Bhagyashree Chitti, a seventh-grade student from Dharwad School in Hubli.
The CLP Group has laid out its latest steps to help address the challenges associated with climate change while keeping its focus to support communities and power economic growth in its new Sustainability Report.
Varun Shah goes to great lengths – and heights – to ensure reliability and safety at the wind farm he manages: More than 74 meters above the ground, to be precise, to the very pinnacle of a wind turbine in rural India.
As CLP India Deputy Manager of Operations (Renewable Energy), Varun looks after the 106MW Andhra Lake Wind Farm in Maharashtra. With more than seven years of experience, he is a core member of the team of CLP managers who keep the 874 turbines of our 12 farms across seven states in India performing reliably around-the-clock.
CLP Holdings Limited is pleased to announce Veltoor Solar Farm in India has received from DNV GL, a global quality assurance and risk management company, the world’s first project certificate for photovoltaic (PV) power plants in a recognition of its high standards for safety and technical compliance.
With the increasing appeal of renewable energy deployment to reduce the environmental footprint and power costs, a new industry guide sheds light on approaches to renewable energy procurement in India for corporate buyers.
Each year, it becomes increasingly clear that climate change is much less something that might happen and more a reality we will all have to live with. Even the haziest recollection of recent weather provides a strong anecdote.
Every day across the CLP Group, employees of all ages take part in a breathtaking variety of sporting and recreational activities. Whether it is a lunchtime run, a yoga session after work, a vigorous game of football, or just a good, brisk walk, taking the time to exercise and work up a sweat makes people happier and more productive. It is good for the health of employees and the company.
CLP India chief shares tips from training for a marathon to running an enterprise
It’s four in the morning in Mumbai. The alarm clock goes off in the bedroom of Rajiv Mishra, Managing Director of CLP India. He wakes up afresh to get ready for his running routine – his passion.
After a health shock in 2011, Rajiv now gets up at this wee hour six days a week to train before the city gets active with the hustle and bustle from commuters’ traffic. “You get more out of a day if you start your day early, even if you just read the papers or have a chat with your friends and family. You have more options. If you wake up late, you are in a catch-up mode,” Rajiv says.