Mumbai, 29 January 2024: Cleantech Solar, a leading provider of renewable energy solutions to corporations in India and Southeast Asia, proudly announces the appointment of Ritesh Singhi as their Vice President and Country Manager – India.
With an extensive background spanning nearly three decades of experience in business operations and management, Singhi brings comprehensive expertise in operations management, engineering, procurement, construction, quality assurance, safety and asset management.
Singhi joins Cleantech Solar from Ampin Energy Transition, where he served as Chief Operating Officer for the Commercial and Industrial (C&I) segment. Earlier, Singhi has also worked as Chief Procurement Officer for CleanMax.
Singhi’s appointment comes at a significant moment for Cleantech Solar, as the company embarks on an accelerated growth and progression strategy, swiftly expanding its Commercial and Industrial (C&I) portfolio base of 1.2 GWp with offerings in solar, wind, and hybrid solutions. Additionally, Cleantech aims to provide Central Transmission Utility (CTU) and Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA) solutions tailored for blue-chip corporate clients.
Ritesh Singhi expressed, “I am delighted to join Cleantech Solar in its next phase of exponential growth. I look forward to working with a dynamic and ambitious team to scale up renewable energy deployment in India, which will help leading corporates decarbonize and reduce environmental impact.”
Cleantech Solar has recently strengthened its senior leadership team with the appointment of key executives, including Mukesh Kumar as the Vice President for Finance and Investments for the India and Southeast Asia market and Pheroze Chichgar as the Vice President and Head of Business Development.
About Cleantech Solar (www.cleantechsolar.com):
Cleantech Solar is a pan-Asia supplier of renewable energy to corporates, combining the capabilities of a global player with responsiveness and agility. Headquartered in Singapore, Cleantech Solar has numerous solar and wind hybrid projects across India and Southeast Asia, covering approximately 1.2 GWp of assets in operations, construction and development stages. This includes installations in India, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. The company is backed by long-term strategic shareholders – Keppel Ltd., Keppel Asia Infrastructure Fund and Shell Singapore Pte. Ltd. For information, please visit www.cleantechsolar.com.