Indian multinational and international chief in Photo voltaic EPC, Sterling and Wilson Photo voltaic Ltd has appointed Amit Jain as World CEO, the corporate mentioned in a BSE submitting.
He succeeds Bikesh Ogra, who relinquished the place with impact from Might 31, 2021.
Ogra will proceed as a Director on the Board of the corporate.
Jain has been related to Sterling and Wilson Photo voltaic Ltd since January 2019 because the Nation Head for the US and Australia.
He has been instrumental in creating the US and Australia as key markets for the corporate.
Jain will take over the worldwide operations of the corporate and report back to the Board of Administrators.
He’ll now be answerable for enterprise growth, market development and the P&L for SWSL that has its operations throughout 25+ international locations.
He’ll proceed to function from Dubai.
Khurshed Daruvala, Chairman, Sterling and Wilson Photo voltaic Ltd, mentioned in an announcement, We’re delighted to raise Amit because the World CEO of SWSL. His wealthy expertise within the EPC house throughout geographies coupled together with his experience in constructing long-term partnerships might be invaluable”.
Jain is a veteran within the EPC sector with over 29 years of expertise in numerous industries similar to renewable vitality, oil & gasoline, chemical/course of vegetation, energy transmission and telecom infrastructure.
He’s an Engineer from Delhi College and holds an MBA diploma in Worldwide Enterprise from the Indian Institute of International Commerce.
Sterling and Wilson Photo voltaic Ltd, a Shapoorji Pallonji Group firm, is a worldwide pure-play, end-to-end photo voltaic engineering, procurement and building (EPC) options supplier.
The corporate gives EPC providers for utility-scale, rooftop and floating solar energy tasks with a give attention to venture design and engineering and handle all facets of venture execution from conceptualising to commissioning.
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