Announces Ajay Goel as the chief executive officer
Tata BP Solar India today formally announced a name change to Tata Power Solar Systems (Tata Power Solar). As part of a previously announced restructuring, Tata Power Solar is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power, the largest integrated power company in India.
In addition, Tata Power Solar also announced a new chief executive officer, Ajay Goel – an alumnus of IIT Delhi with an MBA from the University of Chicago. He brings over 20 years of broad industry experience, with the last five years deeply focused on leading and transforming the face of the solar industry in North America.
Under the leadership of their new CEO, Tata Power Solar is ready to take the solar business forward with renewed vigour.
“I am truly excited and honoured to join a team that pioneered the solar industry in India and remains at its vanguard even after 20 dynamic years. With its deep roots and passion for solar energy, I am confident that we will make Tata Power Solar the leading solar company in the world,” said Mr Goel.
As one of the largest solar companies in India, Tata Power Solar offers:
At the core of Tata Power Solar is the passion to harness solar energy to bring electricity to the masses. It has brought electricity to over 500 rural villages in India and installed over 100 solar power plants in the tough terrains of Ladakh. In addition, the company develops unique power solutions for large industrial clients such as railways, defense and telecom.
Anil Sardana, managing director, Tata Power, said, “In line with Tata Power’s commitment to clean, green energy, we are happy to integrate Tata Power Solar as a sunrise business into our operations. Tata Power Solar embodies our focus and passion for sustainability and care for the environment and moves us closer to our commitment to sustainability and lighting up lives.”