News: Tata Power Delhi Discom appoints its new CEO

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Tata Power Delhi Discom appoints its new CEO

Ganesh Srinivasan has been with Tata Power since September 2012 and has also headed the Strategy & Corporate Planning Division.
Tata Power Delhi Discom appoints its new CEO

NCR based power distribution company Tata Power Delhi Distribution has appointed Ganesh Srinivasan as the company's new chief executive officer. Srinivasan will take over from Sanjay Banga who has been elevated to the position of President, Transmission & Distribution (T&D), Tata Power, Mumbai.

Praveer Sinha, CEO & MD, Tata Power & Chairman, Tata Power-DDL stated, “Ganesh has a proven track record and he is a passionate leader. His ability to drive performance and work seamlessly with stakeholders will be valuable for Tata Power-DDL. I am sure that the company will scale new heights under his leadership.”

Prior to joining Tata Power-DDL, Srinivasan was the Chief Transmission & Distribution, Tata Power in Mumbai. He has been with Tata Power since September 2012 and has also the Discom’s Strategy & Corporate Planning Division there. He brings with him two decades of experience in areas like power utility, infrastructure (cement, steel), product development & manufacturing and automotive sector.

On his appointment, Srinivasan stated, “I am honoured to lead Tata Power-DDL, a trendsetter in the power distribution sector, built and nurtured by pioneering leaders of the power industry. It is one of the most successful cases of public-private partnerships which could be replicated across the country. I look forward to working with all our stakeholders and employees to take the company further ahead.”

Ganesh Srinivasan is an alumnus of IIT Madras and an MBA from The Indian School of Business. He brings with him two decades of experience in areas like power utility, infrastructure (cement, steel), product development & manufacturing and automotive sector, which the Discom is banking on leveraging.

 

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