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Executive Team â€“ Gham Power
Sandeep Giri, CEO
Sandeep is a veteran entrepreneur born and raised in Nepal, who studied in the US and went into launching technology companies in San Francisco bay area.
Previously, he was the CEO of Loyalty Matrix, an on-demand analytics software company, which was acquired by Responsys, now a part of Oracle.
Sandeep has a master's degree in Computer Science from University of Nebraska and a degree in Clean Technology from University of California at Berkeley.
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Sandeep Giri, CEO of Gham Power, gave this presentation in a webinar titled "Energy Access in Humanitarian Settings: Examples from Recent Crises" (also available in the Resources library), hosted by the Clean Energy Solutions Center on June 23, 2015.
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January 3, 2012 Written by Sandeep Giri
December 21, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
We are looking to fill-in a full-time Civil Engineer position.
December 20, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
has installed a solar PV system at Nyaya Hospital
, Bayalpata, Achham.
December 15, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
December 12, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
December 7, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
December 6, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
We are looking to fill-in a full-time accountant position.
August 27, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
Dear Gham Power Customers, Staff, and all our friends and families: Greetings from Sandeep Giri, President of Gham Power.
July 1, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
June 22, 2011 Written by Sandeep Giri
Nangi Clinic Powered by Solar!
To raise funds for Rebuild With ...
To raise funds for Rebuild With Sun, the Global Nepali Professional Network - a nonprofit fostering entrepreneurship among its members for technological progress in Nepal - joined with Gham Power CEO Sandeep Giri (a Silicon Valley entrepreneur who was born in Nepal) to launch an indieGogo campaign.
Ride for Climate
Also, back here in the Bay Area, I recently attended a talk by Sandeep Giri, the founder of Gham Power, a solar company that works in Nepal.
Following the quake, Sandeep started giving solar panels to communities that had lost electricity, helping people light their homes at night and charge their cell phones so that they can communicate with friends and family.
He showed us pictures of people of people waiting for hours to get their phones charged, and told us about how terrified people were at night because they had no lights and were living in makeshift shelters anticipating aftershocks.