The solicitation spherical is open until July 24. Begin-ups working in offering expertise, planning to develop their present CBG crops or planning to set-up new CBG crops can apply.
GAIL had launched its bold start-up initiative ‘Pankh’ in July 2017 to put money into promising start-ups. Up to now, it has made investments in 24 start-ups working in varied areas by 4 solicitation rounds.
India has huge biomass sources and the federal government is giving particular emphasis on its utilisation by encouraging setting-up of CBG crops.
Apart from, oil and gasoline corporations are prepared to provide dedication for offtake of CBG by the problem of letters of intent.