Gascom India and KIS Group sign MoU to promote production and usage of Bio-fuels-World News Network.
MUMBAI: 6th July 2021. Gascom India Pvt. Ltd. (GIPL), a leader in LPG, CNG BioCNG, oil & gas pipeline
the installation has today signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Knowledge Integration
Services (KIS Group), to promote the use of green energy and sustainable waste disposal as part of the
Swacch Bharat or Clean India Mission.
The KIS Group, headquartered in Singapore, with branches in India, Indonesia, USA, Malaysia & UAE,
is engaged in turnkey solutions in turning ‘waste to wealth’ from liquid, solid, municipal waste,
industrial waste, farm, animal and poultry waste. It provides BioGAS/BioCNG and MSW management
for BioMass technologies and Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM). KIS Group also offers BOOT
(Build-operate-own-transfer) benefits for its industrial effluent treatment plants (ETP); water
treatment plants (WTP).
The KIS Group is internationally recognized as a leader in sustainable technologies for Biofuels and
has won multiple awards from countries in Europe and Asia. KIS has recently signed MoU with the
Ministry of Oil, Petroleum and Natural Gas, India (MOPNG) for setting up 100 BioCNG projects in India.
The KIS Group is also a winner of India’s best BioCNG project for their BioCNG project at Banas/Amul
Dairy in Gujarat. It is currently constructing BioCNG projects in Rajasthan & Karnataka.
With this collaboration, GIPL and KIS will look at exploring opportunities in the Bio-fuel segment.
Speaking on the signing of the MoU, Mr Mahesh Tapase, Chairman & Managing Director, GIPL said,
“With this association, we endeavour to turn waste to wealth, thereby contributing significantly to the
Indian economy reduces the dependency on fuel import, thus saving valuable foreign exchange
for the country.”
Mr Raghunathan K. R., Chairman and Managing Director, KIS Group, reiterates, “It is a privilege to have
GIPL onboard, and together we will look at various methods of converting waste to wealth, thereby
enabling a greener India.”
Considering the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and India, this use of alternate energy
is in line with the goals of Clean Water and Sanitation (Goal 6), Affordable and Clean Energy (Goal No
7) and Climate Action (Goal No 13) and increased Economic Growth (Goal No 8). This is also part of
the Clean India Mission.