preloader
  • Contact Us
  • 876000

    CO2 saved(kg)
  • 300

    Acres saved from Burning

To Support Energy Harvest's work on Oxygen Concentrators and Eco-Accommodation for COVID

Who we are

ENERGY HARVEST

Energy Harvest (EH) Trust is a registered Trust supports research, education, training and solutions deployment to improve the environment and help farming community through novel approaches to utilize agricultural waste for useful purposes.
The trust specifically works in for the following areas:
1. Supporting/conducting research to address challenges relating to the agri waste management.
2. Conducting training for farmers and small entrepreneurship and help them integrate with the paddy straw value chain.
3. Partnering with academic institutes and industrial partners for research, funding and outreach activities.



Our Mission

Our Mission

To support research, education, training and solutions deployment to improve the environment and farming community life through novel approaches to utilize agricultural waste for useful purposes.


OUR VISION

OUR VISION

Energy Harvest System aims to commercialise the technologies that can be used for utilising paddy straw as an alternative to the current practices of open field burning.

Expert team

Mr. Sukhmeet Singh

Founder and CEO

Sukhmeet is the CEO of the company and focusses on strategy and sales. His vision for the company is to work with farmers on one end to increase their income and on the other hand to work with industry by producing NextGen fuels out of agriculture waste.

Mr. Harvinder Singh

Head of operations

Having a farmers’ heart and an engineers’ mind, Harvinder takes care of both the biomass collection and factory operations. Harvinder has learnt and mastered the art and science of fuel production from biomass.

Dr. Robert Berry

Director- Grants and Partnerships

Dr. Robert Berry has been working on EnergyHarvest since its inception and has been the key partner for EnergyHarvest from the Aston Univ. and European Bioenergy Institute. He has helped to take the EnergyHarvest's biomass to fuel technology from lab to commercialization and has expertise in scaling up social projects.

Priyadeep Kaur

Director and HR head

Priya is the Director and HR head of EnergyHarvest, co leading the overall business strategy and heading the HR practice including learning and development. She has significant international experience in Tech and HR consulting.

Farmers and Plant workers

The growers and magic makers

Hundreds of farmers are critical part of our supply chain through which we buy the biomass. We also help them to increase their income from the farm by buying waste biomass. Our awesome manufacturing plant workers weave the daily magic of converting the waste biomass into fuel.

Energy Harvest Activities

Icon

Save Environment

Support projects related to agri waste management and help stop open field burning.


Icon

Work with partners

Partner with academic institutes and industrial partners for research, funding and outreach activities.

Icon

Supporting/conducting research

Do R&D to address challenges relating to the agri waste management.

Icon

Conduct Trainings

Conducting training for farmers and small entrepreneurship and help them integrate with the paddy straw value chain.



Kevin Salazar

Jaswinder Singh

Village Sarpanch (Leader)

"The England based project for waste treatment has immensely benefitted the village primarily on account of environmental benefits. Initially the huge heaps of waste (straw) were being burnt causing pollution however with this new cutting edge technology not only has the pollution been controlled since it is no more being burnt, but also the diesel being generated from the waste is used as an input for supplying electricity in the local government school and also used as a fuel. Hence this waste treatment technology is benefitting environmentally as well as economically through a productive use of waste. We are very happy for the arrival of the project"

Kevin Salazar

Dhanwant Kaur

Teacher, Government School

“The energy harvest project that was implemented in the village for pilot testing proved very beneficial. To limit the level of pollution caused due to open burning of straw, this experiment was highly successful. There was no prevision of electricity in our school. The electricity from the system was used to provide electricity to our school and thus there was relief from hot summers for the school children. This is a very good solution for Punjab and the farm waste is used for energy production and also it prevents the air pollution”



Media Coverage

The Media has expressed interest into the Energy Harvest Project. Publications have been made by various organisations across the UK and India- Take a look at some of the press releases below

Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image
Blog image