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Inflector India Co-founder Sandeep Choudhary has been honored by Leadership Excellent Award for his contribution toward Save Earth Mission

July 21, 2022 14:10 IST | ANI Press Release
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Inflector India Co-founder Sandeep Choudhary has been honored by Leadership Excellent Award for his contribution toward Save Earth Mission

New Delhi [India], July 21 (ANI/GPRC): Sandeep Choudhary's firm makes inflectors that help to reduce carbon emissions.

Sandeep Choudhary, who has committed his life to finding solutions to the challenge of global warming and protecting Mother Nature, has been honored by Leadership Excellent Award for his tremendous work to save the earth from Global warming on July 20, 2022, Mumbai, Chief guest was Dia Mirza Bollywood Actress.

Save Earth Activist Sandeep Choudhary has been awarded by many national and international awards, recently he was facilitated by the Icons and Trailblazers Award on July 9, 2022, New Delhi for his work on Carbon Emission Reduction

Sandeep Choudhary is from a middle-class family but his mission is not common, Co-founder of Inflector India is working on the mission to make the environment pollution free.

The inflector is a solar heat barrier designed by NASA, which was first used in 1960 in the spacesuits of astronauts during the Apollo missing. The infectors' commercial use started in the 1990s. Inflectors are in use in more than 60 countries today.

"Research has shown that 75 per cent of the solar heat comes through the window. The inflector is installed at the window and it reduces the heat coming through it by 70-80 per cent and thus it reduces the carbon footprints, During winter the inflector can be reversed and it help in keeping the indoors warm by absorbing sunlight. Again, energy use can be curbed, which means lower carbon emissions," Sandeep Choudhary shared.

Inflectors made by Inflector India can be used for as long as 25 years. Sandeep Choudhary said that to encourage the wider adoption of inflectors in the country, they are making them available at a significantly lower cost than in other countries.

Sandeep Choudhary was also paid a courtesy visit to Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra. During the meeting, Sandeep Choudhary informed the Governor about Inflector India and highlighted that the carbon generated in India is 45000 million tonnes every year so how it can be reduced and the earth can be saved from global warming, On this the Governor praised and encouraged him.

"Global warming is a real threat to the planet and us, and all of us need to contribute in every small and big way to find a solution to the challenge," added Sandeep Choudhary.

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