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Amp Energy India appoints COO for wind, hybrid and storage business

New Delhi-headquartered Amp Energy India has appointed Kapil Kasotia as chief operating officer (COO)-wind, hybrid and storage. 

Vikram Solar promotes Parakh to COO

Rajendra Kumar Parakh, who led Vikram Solar as the chief financial officer, has been appointed as the chief operating officer for the company’s engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) division. 

Jakson appoints Vikram Solar’s Muvvala as EPC chief

Venkataramana Muvvala, who worked with Vikram Solar as business head-EPC, has joined Jakson Group as chief operating officer for the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) business.

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Adani Power appoints CEO

The private-sector power producer has appointed Shersingh B. Khyalia as chief executive officer with effect from January 11, 2022.

SmartHelio appoints key executives

The Swiss PV diagnostics and predictive solutions provider has appointed Neeraj Dasila as chief technology officer (CTO), and Shankaransh Srivastava as vice president-marketing.

Airtouch Solar appoints Nimish Jain as India CEO

Nimish Jain brings to Air Touch India, the India arm of the Israeli robotic cleaning specialist for the solar industry, around 13 years of work experience in renewable energy in new market development, operations, strategy and business development functions. He has worked with companies like Solarig Global, Vikram Solar, and Jinko Solar.

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Sterling and Wilson Solar appoints India head for solar EPC business 

The Indian multinational has elevated Shilpa Urhekar to the position of national head-India for its solar EPC business.

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IPO-bound Waaree Energies appoints CEO

The Indian solar manufacturer, which has 2 GW of module production capacity, has appointed Vivek Srivastava as chief executive officer. Vivek joins from Reliance BP Mobility Limited, where he served as the senior vice president.

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Sterling and Wilson Solar appoints Amit Jain as Global CEO

Amit Jain has been instrumental in developing the US and Australia as key markets for the Company in his previous role as Country Head for US and Australia. 

KKR’s India platform will acquire operating renewables assets

Headquartered in Mumbai, Virescent Infrastructure owns 169 MWp of solar assets in Maharashtra and 148 MWp in Tamil Nadu.

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