Atomberg Technology fans change in the smart appliance market

Atomberg Technology fans change in the smart appliance market

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When ex-IITians Manoj Meena and Sibabrata Das founded hardware company Atomberg Technology in 2012, they aimed to combine energy efficiency with emerging trends like IOT to create smart, intelligent, and connected electrical appliances.
The Mumbai-based startup was looking to solve a two-fold problem:
India’s energy crisis– Today, 22 percent of Indians have no access to electricity. If all fans in India were replaced by Gorilla fans (Atomberg’s first product), five crore Indians would gain access to electricity, at existing power generation levels.Read More…

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