NobleExchange is housed at the National Chemical Laboratories Innovation Park, NobleExchange was awarded an incubatee status at the park via a competitive process in recognition of its pioneering work on a much-neglected technology and the potential impact of its work on the social, environmental, and economic well-being of the country. A place in the prestigious NCL Innovation Park provides NobleExchange with a valuable network, which includes a plug-in into Government directives, incentive schemes, joint research, and the agglomeration benefit of proximity to other technology-driven companies.
Government initiatives like Swacch Bharat Abhiyan, Smart Cities, Make in India, Atmanirbhar Bharat have only brought to prominence the work done by NobleExchange and are providing a unique opportunity to rapidly scale operations by targeting large metro cities through specific attention from all levels of the Indian government. For example, NobleExchange’s plant is regularly visited for study by several policy making bodies like NITI Aayog, Petroleum Ministry, Urban Development Ministry, Petroleum Conservation Cell, amongst others, which provides further contacts that can translate into expansion opportunities. NobleExchange founder has been nominated as a member of the Task Force on Bio Fuel formed by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) that works in tandem with policy makers in the country.
Over the past 4 years, NobleExchange has been working closely with local government authorities in two Indian cities - Pune in Maharashtra and Bengaluru in Karnataka - to understand their issues related to waste disposal. Municipal Corporations generally are supported by a Technical Advisory Group that is drawn from the industry and academia of the city.