About Us

About 'Vydyuthi'

‘Vydyuthi’ means Electricity in Malayalam (the official language of the state of Kerala, India). Vydyuthi Energy Services (VES) is a trade name under Indira Babu Energy Ventures Pvt. Ltd, located in Kerala, India. VES was started with the vision of supporting the economy in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) target by 2030.

Our Vision

Supporting the economy in achieving carbon-neutrality through unparalleled energy services safeguarding our Mother Earth.

Mission Statement

Enhance awareness, acceptability and applicability of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. Provide energy services to build a sustainable future for generations to come.


Energy is fundamental to the growth of any economy. With the ever-increasing demand for energy, faster depletion of fossil fuels and other conventional sources of energy and the rising need to focus on limiting Global Warming Potentials (GWP) gases, renewable sources of energy need to be identified and utilized efficiently and effectively to aid sustainable development.
The world is currently witnessing a paradigm shift from a carbon-intensive economy to clean and environment-friendly businesses as a result of learnings from the recent unprecedented pandemics. VES enables businesses across geographies to focus on areas of Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Power Quality assessment, E-Mobility, Green Buildings and Carbon Accounting by providing consulting, training and project management services.
There are multiple reasons why we chose to begin our operations in the state of Kerala. Kerala is a forerunner in Healthcare, Hospitality and IT industry and has proven its capability in achieving strong economic growth within and beyond its borders. The state is home to India’s first Carbon-Neutral panchayat at Meenangadi (Wayanad district) in the Western Ghats and the first Filament-free panchayat at Pilicode near Calicut. Kerala is ranked first among all the states in India in the area of Energy Efficiency, which is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 2030, also known as the Global Goals, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal Call-to-Action to end poverty, protect the planet and to ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. Due to the commendable efforts of the state in the area of Energy Conservation programmes (including public outreach and policy initiatives), Kerala was honoured multiple times on national and international stages.
Kerala has an overall population of approximately 34 Million, of which 10% reside outside the country, and contribute their skills and knowledge in developing various industry sectors. We believe the professionals and businesses must understand, incubate and be updated with Environmental, Society and Governance (ESG) criteria which are vital indicators for developing a sustainable economy.