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Suzlon Energy Ltd.

 

Sales (2007-2008) = Rs. 13700 crores (rounded off)

Net profit after tax = Rs. 1030 crores (rounded off)

CSR Budget = Not Available

 

 

Karmayog 2008 CSR Rating: 3/5

 

 

CSR activities:

The year 2007-08 has set a new mark for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Suzlon. All CSR initiatives have been consolidated within adesignated function and staff. A company has been specially formed -The Suzlon Foundation - to actas a catalyst for inclusive development throughout our business operations from 2008/2009.CSR has embarked on a journey of sustainable development. Determined to go beyond charitable and philanthropic acts, Suzlon has initiated an integrated approach in designing CSR. Making money the most responsible way, looking at our business cycle from a holistic perspective and planning inclusive development in which, along with the business, the environment and communities around it also grow has become the basis of CSR. Thus CSR is an integral process, and not something that is done in addition to business at Suzlon. It is practised because we realise that the ownership of doing sorests with us as a responsible corporate. Reflecting this commitment, CSR is developed as an integral part of our mission of 'powering a greener tomorrow' and to leverage opportunities towards sustainable and inclusive development. The Suzlon Foundation will thus be an internal conscience, keeping and enabling positive and sustainable change in the areas of operation, be it policies, processes or engagements with people and institutions.

 

Suzlon Foundation’s strategy focuses on its three brand pillars of ‘Engage, Empower and Sustain’.

 

Engage

 

At Suzlon, the Corporate Social Responsibility division ensures that all stakeholders are involved through workshops, consultations and written communications. The Foundation disseminates information, sensitizes, initiates dialogues, and solicits stakeholder involvement in evolving a culture of sustainable development within and around the Company.

 

Empower

 

At Suzlon, Corporate Social Responsibility is not merely charity and philanthropy. We believe in empowering stakeholders to make informed choices that integrate business imperatives with development objectives. If the situation demands we will extend a helping hand.

 

Sustain

 

Suzlon Foundation believes that business and its environment are inter-dependent, and works to strengthen the organic link between them. A higher degree of sustainability can be achieved in business by balancing growth in all aspects of development - financial, natural, social, human and physical.

 

Livlihood

·   More than 12000 women covered in SHG projects spanning over three years in villages around suzlon wind farms in Rajasthan, MP and Maharashtra

·   Advanced livelihood training for 40 students in MP for employability

·   Developing products and improving income of over 100 traditional artisans in Gujarat

 

Health

·   1000+ students in MP educated in preventive health practices

·   18 ambulances for health care of employees and villagers at wind farm all over India

·   Improving Health and Safety of workers of Trichy through joint industry cooperation program

 

Education:

·   Vocational training for 500+ students and 1000+ women in Maharashtra around basic technology

·   Support for 1000+ girls in Rajasthan to complete 5th standard schooling

 

Civic Amenities

·   400 families gaining access to solar lanterns for rural electrification as a pilot project in MP and Rajasthan

·   Improving roads and drainage in the neighbourhood of two manufacturing units in Gujarat

·   35 villages in Gujarat covered by decentralised drinking water revival and medical Referral services.

 

 

Source:  www.suzlonfoundation.org
Brochure on the Suzlon Foundation: http://www.karmayog.org/general/genUpld.aspx

www.suzlon.com/New%20Initiative.html?cp=1_6

www.suzlon.com/Content/Publication/AnnualReports_PDFs/Annual_Report_07-08.pdf  28/29/ 30

 

 

Contact Information:

Suzlon Energy Ltd.

“Suzlon”, 5, Shrimali Society

Near Shri Krishna Complex

Navrangpura

Ahmedabad – 380009

Gujarat, India

Phone               :  9179 – 26471100 / 26407141

Fax                   :  9179 – 26442844 / 26471200 / 26565540

E-mail               :  divyanshu.nagpal@suzlon.com

Website            :  http://www.suzlon.com/, www.suzlonfoundation.org

 

 

Industry Sector: Electric Equipment - Gensets / Turbines

 

 

Products / Services: Electric Equipment - Gensets / Turbines

 

 

Other locations of factories / offices:

Plants – Gujarat (Bhuj), Maharashtra (Dhule), 5 plants in Daman, Pondicherry, Gujarat (Vadodara), Gujarat (Diu)

Branch Offices : Andhra Pradesh (Secunderabad), Chandigarh, Delhi (New Delhi), Gujarat (Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara), Goa (Panjim), Karnataka (Bangalore, Hubli, Mangalore), Kerala (Cochin, Trivandrum), Madhya Pradesh (Indore), Maharashtra (Aurangabad, Pune, Mumbai, Nagpur, Kolhapur), Tamil Nadu (Coimbaore, Chennai, Madurai, Salem), Rajasthan (Jaipur, Jodhpur), Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow)

 

 

 


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