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June, 2019

The selection was based on the impact of one’s contribution to (a) dissemination or creation of knowledge, (b) enrichment of lives of people, (c) distribution or creation of wealth, (d) promotion or establishment of high ethical standards in private or public life, as also on the person’s integrity and stature, and who thereby makes his Alma Mater proud.

October, 2018

Dr BP Agarwal was recognized by the University of South Florida (USF) Alumni Association at the Alumni Awards scheduled on October 18, 2018 for his efforts to improve access to clean water and providing low cost healthcare to the underserved in India. These awards were instituted in 1976 for alumni who have distinguished themselves in their chosen professions nationally or internationally. USF has recognized 86 out of the 350,000 graduates.

Drucker Prize Top Ten Finalist

August 2017

 

The Drucker Prize recognizes organizations that best exemplify Peter Drucker's definition of innovation: "change that creates a new dimension of performance."

November 2015

 

B.P. Agrawal was nominated as a CNN Hero in 2015 for his ambitious rainwater harvesting project – Aakash Ganga. The project has helped six communities in Rajasthan, India to gain access to drinkable water known as “sweet water.”  His plan is to expand his efforts in making safe and drinkable water easily available to the residents of Rajasthan.

2012

 

Engineer Bhagwati (B.P.) Agrawal has long wanted to mitigate the water shortage in his native home, India, by using the expertise he developed in the United States. In 2003, through his nonprofit organization, Sustainable Innovations Inc. based in Fairfax, Virginia, he founded Aakash Ganga, meaning River from Sky. The goal: to create a system for collecting one of the region’s precious few sources of safe drinking water from rain.

Case Study on Sustainable Social Enterprise for Water

2012

 

Case Study on Sustainable Social Enterprise for Water was presented by Dr Agrawal at the Pravasiya Bharatiya Diwas organized by the Government of India

2011

 

In 2011, Mr. T Ramasami, then Secretary of the Department of Science and Technology, USA, awarded a grant of $150,000 under its technology development for "War on Water"  initiative. Sustainable Innovations transferred the grant to its partner, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India to demonstrate Aakash Ganga's social enterprise model

Davos Economic Forum 2011

2011

​BP Agrawal Executive Director of Sustainable Innovationsjoins the Davos Debates in Davos at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting held in Davos, Switzerland from 26 -- 30 January 2011

Energy Globe Award

June 2010

 

Dr. B. P. Agrawal emerged the winner of the 2010 Energy Globe World award after his innovative project was voted the best by the audience at a colorful ceremony held yesterday in Kigali.

Lemelson-MIT Award for Sustainability

April 2010

 

Dr. B.P. Agrawal is honored for technology that improves access to clean water, health care, and business development in rural India.

World Bank Development Marketplace Award

2007

Dr Agrawal won a second Development Marketplace award of $200,000 for extremely low-cost delivery of health care.

World Bank Development Marketplace Award

2006

 

Aakash Ganga won a Development Marketplace award of $200,000 for ‘Self-sustainable Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting’

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