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How These Startups Are Working On Solving Delhi’s Air Pollution Problem

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Abhilasha Purwar, founder of Blue Sky Analytics, at India Gate.

Breezo, by Blue Sky Analytics, includes data from multiple sources, shows it in graphs and also gives you figures like, “the exposure to this level of pollution is equivalent to smoking how many cigarettes?”

Ambee is offering pollution data free to end users, but high-detail data that can be used by businesses to build solutions is available through a commercial API.

A 3KW installation by Zunroof in Agra.

The team behind Blue Sky Analytics in Delhi.

Air quality got so bad it was visible as smog — but this also means that when it improved slightly, people stopped using masks and purifiers even though the pollution levels at 10 times higher than what’s healthy.

Blu Smart’s founder Punit Goyal along with one of the electric cars on the platform.

A Blu Smart Mahindra e-Verito, at a charging hub.

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