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A New Leader of Tomorrow: WAAREE Emerges a Winner at the ET NOW-IndiaMART Leader of Tomorrow Awards 2012

MUMBAI, December 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

WAAREE Energies has won the prestigious ET NOW-IndiaMART Leader of Tomorrow Awards 2012, India's biggest SME Awards in its third edition this year. WAAREE won this award in the electrical & electronics category at a glittering ceremony at the Taj Palace, New Delhi with luminaries from the political and corporate fraternity. The Chief Guest for the evening was Mr. Anand Sharma, Honorable Minister of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, and the Guest of Honor was Mr. Sunil Bharti Mittal, Chairman and Group CEO, Bharti Enterprises. There were 63000 nominations received across 14 categories from around the country. Ernst & Young selected top 30 SMEs in each category following a pre-jury and grand jury round to follow up for top 5 and final winners respectively. WAAREE's multifold expansion with a CAGR of 178% in the last 3 years coupled by unceasing innovations and initiatives in the solar sector offering economic, social & environmental benefits to the society propelled the company to achieve this magnanimous feat.

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On winning this award an elated Mr. Hitesh C. Doshi, WAAREE Group Chairman expressed his joy stating, "I'm deeply humbled and honored to receive the ET NOW - IndiaMART Leaders of Tomorrow Award 2012. Thank you very much ET Now and IndiaMART for recognizing WAAREE Group's continuous efforts and success on clean energy initiative. I wish to recognize at this momentous occasion for WAAREE Group, the toiled efforts put in by my team to elevate us to such heights and glory. This award will push us further to increase our efforts and continuously achieve higher and higher milestones. I also take this opportunity to thank all the stake holders whose faith and contribution in our services has always pushed us ahead of our goals. This award has given us the impetus to realize our vision of empowering the world with the abundant source of sun power and presenting a greener future to mankind."

About WAAREE Energies Pvt. Ltd.:

WAAREE Energies Pvt. Ltd. is one of India's most diversified and fastest growing solar power solution company, a part of the consortium of WAAREE Group established in 1989, India's premier multi-diverse technology group having its forte in multifarious verticals such as solar energy, industrial valves, petroleum equipment and process control instrumentation. WAAREE designs, builds and commissions with utmost sophistication providing real time operational support and maintenance to a wide range of solar integrated products and control systems. A large distribution network spread across the country and a global existence in 68 countries, WAAREE's presence is rapidly expanding. Beyond the financials, WAAREE has a vision to utilize renewable solar energy for a sustainable future of our planet. For further information about WAAREE Group visit:- www.waaree.com. Corporate film:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XZpdZQHyMI

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