Nanda takes over from Ashish Khanna who moves as President, Generation business. In a press statement, Tata Power said, Nanda brings with him 28 years of extensive experience across companies like GE, Flowserve and Tyco.
“Nanda joins Tata Power from GE Gas Power, where he was the Chief Executive Officer for South Asia, overseeing operations in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, and Nepal. He was additionally President & CEO of GE’s Aero-derivative Gas Turbine business segment for Asia.”
Nanda is an graduate in Mechanical & Production engineering from the Annamalai University. He further pursued an MBA from the Open University Business School, Milton Keynes, UK, and has undergone leadership training at GE Crotonville.
In his new role, Nanda will be responsible for driving the growth and profitability of Tata Power’s renewable energy portfolio, which encompasses solar, wind, hybrid, and B2C green energy solutions. He will also lead innovation and digital transformation initiatives in the renewable energy sector.
Also, Ashish Khanna, a Tata Power veteran, moves as President to the important part of the Generation business cluster, which includes the company’s upcoming pumped hydro storage plants, hydro plants, and other new initiatives apart from the existing hydro and thermal plants in India and abroad.”The key leadership change at Tata Power is to bring focus in different business and growth areas,” the company said in a press statement.