Ecozen participates in Tomato Krishi Mela to showcase its innovative technology solution Ecofrost

New  Delhi: Ecozen, a leading sustainable technology-led solutions company, participated in Tomato Krishi Mela organized by SELCO Foundation with APMAS and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH for Tomato and allied value chains on the 5th and 6th April 2022 at Madanapalle, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. The primary objective of the event was to demonstrate solutions that can replicate, and scale decentralized sustainable solutions and create synergy among the ecosystems actors; technology manufacturers, financiers, trainers, markets, etc. Madanapalle is Asia’s largest Tomato Market and can hold approx. 800 – 1700-ton tomatoes per day.


Ecozen provides technology-led solutions that revolutionize sectors with clean and smart tech. It is creating an ecosystem with scalable and sustainable technology solutions that help uplift livelihood and save the environment. The economical and eco-friendly, Ecofrost is the world’s leading solar-powered cold room technology solution from Ecozen that ensures longer shelf life and reduces wastage of perishable products, thereby enhancing income and improving the livelihoods of the farming community.


Speaking at the event, BU Head and President of Ecofrost, Ravindra Dolare, said, –


“Our Solar Powered Cold Rooms, Ecofrost is a revolutionary product and is helping transform the perishable cold in India and Globally. It helps farmers increase the shelf life and reduce wastage of their produce. Tomato Krishi Mela, organized by our esteemed customer the SELCO Foundation, focuses on the need for decentralized renewal energy for technologies that improve the livelihoods of our farmers. We are delighted to be a part of the same to showcase our innovation and how we play a critical role in keeping the quality of perishable products like tomatoes.”


The event was attended by various stakeholders including foundations, delegates, finance institutions, individual farmers, FPOs, NGOs, and Government officials, and showcased scalable Sustainable Energy Driven Livelihood Technology solutions demonstrated by Small and Medium Enterprises across on-farm and post-processing technologies for tomato and allied value chains. Technologies that focus on improving rural incomes such as solar-powered and efficient- cold storage units, sprayers, bio fermenters, soil testing units, etc. were on display to create awareness and aid in scaling of these solutions.


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