ReNew Sun Waves Private Limited (the 'Company') was incorporated in the year 2019. The Company is engaged in the business of developing, owning, operating and maintaining an independent solar project of 300 MW (AC capacity) being developed by the Issuer in Chhodiya, Bhopa & Sanwata villages of Rajasthan, India. The Companies NCD are listed under the Whole Sale Debt Market Segment of National Stock Exchange of India Limited.
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|Parul Agrawal||Ms. Parul Agrawal is a PGDM, Finance and Strategy from Indian
of Management, Lucknow. She is presently working as AVP- Digital and Advance
at ReNew Power Limited. Previously she has worked with Jindal Steel & Power Limited
looking after strategic Assessment and Risk- Analysis for key Business Decisions / Proposals, Tracking Regulatory Environment, Policy Advocacy and Market Intelligence, Formulating & implementing strategy for improving performance of Businesses across location.Show less...
|Rahula Kumar Kashyapa||Mr. Rahula Kumar Kashyapa completed his Fellow Program in
Finance from International Management Institute and Post Graduate Programme in
Management- Operations Management from SP Jain Institute of Management and Research.
He is presently working as VP- Business Development (B2B Business) at ReNew Power Limited. Previously he has worked with Adani Power as Business Development Lead, Leading the Business Development for the Transmission Business. He has led multiple M&A opportunities for the transmission business and spearheaded policy advocacy across Central & State Governments, Regulators for encouraging Tariff Based Competitive Model (TBCB) for transmission business. Previously, he has also worked with EY, Accenture, TCS and NTPC. Show less...
|Kannan Natraj Sharma
|Mr. Kannan is Company Secretary by profession with over 25 years of experience in M&A, SEBI, FEMA, Companies Act, Listing compliance and Private Equity funding. He was associated with Strides Shasun Limited and United Spirits Limited in the past.|