Hall No. : Hall 8     Stall No. : H8B17

Jhaveri Power Labs, LLP is an government approved startup with a vision “To ensure that every last Indian gets reliable electricity”. At Jhaveri Power Labs it is our mission to indigenously develop products that socially and economically motivate consumers to achieve complete electrical safety, energy efficiency, and environmentally friendly practices without a change in lifestyles. The focus at the company is to bring to market products that are designed in India, designed for India and made in India.

Jhaveri Power Labs has its RandD facility and manufacturing unit in Mumbai. The company has developed the POWEReasy solution to solve the socio-­‐economic problem associated with improving power quality and electrical safety in India. POWEReasy is the only system of its kind that ensures complete electrical safety and enables recovery of the investment through energy savings. POWEReasy has over 6.5 MVA of installed capacity to date and has saved over a million electricity units for its clients.


Tejas Jhaveri, PhD

Dr. Tejas K. Jhaveri has been an researcher, innovator, and entrepreneur in the U.S. over a decade. After moving back to India he has founded Jhaveri Power Labs with an unique vision to engineer solutions for critical socio-economic problems in India. His technical expertise covers the areas of optics, electromagnetics, power electronics and semiconductors. He was co-founder at Fabbrix Inc (acquired by PDF Solutions), executive director at DPMPL and has had held positions with PDF Solutions, Photronics, and Texas Instruments. His academic contributions includes a Special Faculty position at Carnegie Mellon University, the A. G. Milnes award (for the research work that will have the biggest impact in the the field of electrical and computer engineering). He appears in Marquis Who is Who in America, Science and Engineering Edition 2011-2012. He has numerous publications, 2 US patents granted and several others patents in application. Dr. Jhaveri has a B.S in Microelectronics from Rochester Institute of Technology and M.S and Ph.D in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.