Changing the way India handles its perishables by building the country’s first-ever solar cold storage chain and providing intelligent solar pumping technology.

Nearly $7 billion worth of food is wasted every year in India alone. By introducing innovations at the intersection of clean tech and internet of things (IoT), Ecozen Solutions is disrupting the way perishables are handled across the value chain. They have built an intelligent and completely automated after-sales service solution, focused on agricultural markets. Currently, Ecozen has two products: Ecofrost and Ecotron. Ecofrost is a portable solar-powered cold room based on thermal energy storage, which can maintain low temperatures without any backup power. With the ability to store their crops using Ecofrost, smallholder farmers have the ability to increase their profits by 40 percent over time. Ecotron is a smart controller for irrigation pumps that complements Ecozen's offerings in the solar/agri-solutions space in which they are a major market shareholder. Both products are integrated with the internet, providing Ecozen with extensive data about product usage and performance. Using this data, they are building a perishables-friendly marketplace with powerful proprietary algorithms to improve product performance, serviceability, and reliability. To date, Ecozen has helped over 15,000 farmers across five different countries.


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Pune, Maharashtra, India


Devendra Gupta

Devendra Gupta (Co-Founder & CEO at Ecozen Solutions) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since June 2018 and most recently participated in Unreasonable Impact Asia Pacific 2018.

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