How can Sonam Wangchuk’s latest innovation clear Delhi’s toxic air?

Innovator Sonam Wangchuk’s carbon-neutral building stays warm in freezing conditions and can keep the air in Delhi-NCR clean. Business Standard’s Nazia Iqbal caught up with him in Ladakh to know more

Sonam Wangchuk | Rooftop solar generation | Delhi air quality

Nazia Iqbal |
New Delhi

Sonam Wangchuk is now a familiar name in India, thanks to his now resounding voice on climate change and innovations in the cold mountains. His latest one is a carbon-neutral solar building that stays warm even in freezing conditions and can help clean the toxic air of Delhi and NCR. Business Standard‘s Nazia Iqbal catch-up with him in Ladakh on that and more. Listen in

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First Published: Thu, May 12 2022. 07:00 IST


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