EnVERT Foundation, strives to address basic human needs and rights in the following ways:

EnVERT Institute of Solar Research and Energy Efficieny

EnVERT Foundation, a Public Charitable Trust owns EnVERT Institute of Solar Research and Energy Efficiency (EISREE).

EISREE is conducting training on skill development along with vocational training initiatives.It can also act as a vocational training provider

in line with the governmental goals and objectives in partnership with non-governmental and governmental organizations. The institute is also engaged

in industrial research in the field of renewable energy especially in the field of solar energy and other related science and technology. To upgrade skills

to international standards through significant industry involvement and develop necessary framework for curriculum and quality assurance for both public

and private sectors, the Institute has started regular and distant courses in Renewable Energy field.

Entrepreneurship in Renewable Energy
  • Duration of Course : One month
  • Class time: Saturday & Sunday
  • Total time of class: Sixteen hours ( Two hours each day)
  • Qualification: Existing Entrepreneur or any Graduate
  • Certificate course on Solar Technician / Installer

  • Duration of Course: 2 months
  • Class time: 12 hrs per week
  • Total time of class: 90 hr
  • Qualification: 10+2 Science, ITI, Diploma Engineers
  • Certificate Course on Renewable Energy Policies
  • Duration of Course: 2 months
  • Class time: 4 hrs per week
  • Total time of class: 20 hr
  • Eligibility: Any graduate
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Renewable Energy

  • Duration of Course: One year
  • Class time:Flexible
  • Total time of class: hours (Two hours each day)
  • Qualification: Graduate in any field
  • NGO Partnership

    Local and International NGOs are invited to partner with us for upgradation of existing cooking system,

    rural electrification through minigrids and home energy solutions.

    Partnership with Governmental organisations

    We are looking at substantial research funding from the governmental organisation and PSU for their CSR obligation