Harsh Shah joins renewable power producer, Azure, as CEO

Harsh Shah becomes the Chief Executive Officer of the sustainable energy solutions provider and renewable power producer in India

Harsh Shah is the new Chief Executive Officer of the leading sustainable energy solutions provider and renewable power producer in India, Azure. Shah was announced the CEO of the company on Saturday followed by the update on May 6.
After taking charge of the company, Harsh Shah said on this occasion, “I am delighted to join Azure team today. This is a tremendous time to be in the Indian renewable energy space and Azure is certainly placed very well to seize this big growth opportunity that India presents. I am thankful to the Board and the team for the warm welcome and I look forward to prioritise our efforts to take Azure to greater heights.”

Harsh’s business skill and leadership experience backed by strong track record of establishing large infrastructure platforms, building high performance teams and delivering top-notch operational and financial success, lead him to hold the most powerful position in Azure.

Alan Rosling, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Azure said, “We are delighted to have Harsh on board with us at Azure and are confident that under his leadership Azure will grow rapidly in India’s exciting renewable energy sector.”

More about Harsh Shah:
Before joining the renewable power, Azure, Harsh Shah was the CEO of IndiGrid which is India’s first and largest Infrastructure Investment Trust (InvIT) in the domestic energy sector. Other than that, Harsh had also excelled in powerful positions such as, CFO at Sterlite Power. He has worked with AGNI Inc., L&T Infrastructure Finance, Procter & Gamble and HEC Infra in the initial days of his career.

On the other hand, Azure Power is a leading independent sustainable energy solutions provider, and renewable power producer in India that focuses on creating value for all stakeholders through high-performance Renewable Energy assets. The company also boasts of developing India’s first utility-scale solar project in 2009, since then the organization became a leader in the sector.

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