Food_processing_through_solar_energy_-_Mr._Ghanshyam_Lukhi_(January_2009).pdf(file size: 403 KB, MIME type: application/pdf)


Tapi Food Products array

Tapi Food Products solar array

In 2006 when the Indian government announced subsidies on industrial solar steam cooking, Ghanshyam Lukhi, and his company, Tapi Food Products, became India’s first industrial solar food processing unit. In his words:

We at Tapi Food Products have successfully installed and have used solar energy for our whole product range that includes: Tutti Fruity, Jam , Jelly, Syrups etc. Approximately Rs. 2000/ton was saved as a result of solar steam cooking system. And besides this, it saves firewood fuel and protects the environment from air pollution. -text taken from paper


Ghanshyam Lukhi


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current21:26, March 24, 2009 (403 KB)Ben Hedrick (Talk | contribs)This paper was presented at the International Solar Food Processing Conference 2009.

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