Empowering Agriculture and Healthcare: Bagma Agri Producer Company Launches Solar Initiative in Tripura


In a significant leap towards sustainable agriculture and improved healthcare infrastructure, Bagma Agri Producer Company Limited (BAPCL) has joined forces with the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) to launch an innovative initiative in Tripura. This groundbreaking project involves the provision of solar panels for farmers, promoting eco-friendly irrigation practices and enhancing clean energy utilization in the agricultural sector.

Solar Panels for Efficient Irrigation: The initiative has already made strides, with seven farmers in the Kakraban R.D Block area of Gomati District adopting solar panels for irrigation. This eco-conscious approach not only ensures efficient and cost-effective irrigation but also aligns with the broader goal of fostering sustainable practices in agriculture.

BAPCL’s Multi-Faceted Impact: BAPCL, with financial support from the Tripura state government, has extended its impact beyond agriculture. Twelve solar street lights have been installed in the premises of Kakraban Hospital, enhancing safety and accessibility for both patients and healthcare professionals. This dual-pronged approach showcases BAPCL’s commitment to holistic development and the integration of clean energy solutions.

Collaboration with KARMA and NABARD: The solar project is a result of collaborative efforts between BAPCL, NABARD, and Kalinga Renewable Energy Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd. (KARMA). KARMA, a startup originating from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bhubaneswar and currently incubated at IIT Delhi, brings innovative solutions to ensure the success of the solar project. NABARD’s Tripura Regional Office has played a crucial role in providing support for the implementation of this sustainable initiative.

Educational Initiative for Technological Insight: Sudip Majumder, Managing Director of BAPCL, expressed gratitude for the unwavering support from NABARD and the state government. He highlighted an educational initiative where a delegation of twenty-five representatives from Tripura visited IIT Bhubaneswar to gain valuable insights into the technology behind the solar panel project. Funded by NABARD and the state government, this initiative underscores a shared commitment to enhancing the understanding and implementation of solar technology in the region.

Public-Private Partnerships Driving Sustainable Development: The collaborative efforts between BAPCL, NABARD, and KARMA exemplify the potency of public-private partnerships in driving sustainable development. As Tripura progresses towards a greener and more energy-efficient future, initiatives of this nature are poised to make a substantial impact on the lives of farmers and the overall well-being of the community. This holistic approach reflects a collective vision for a more sustainable and resilient future for the people of Tripura.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here