Welspun New Energy appoints Kapil Maheshwari as ED & CEO
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Welspun New Energy appoints Kapil Maheshwari as ED & CEO

Maheshwari has over 20 years of experience in the solar PV, storage technologies, power electronics, and green hydrogen space in India, US, MEA, Germany, and SEA

  • By ICN Bureau | April 06, 2023

Welspun Enterprises Limited (WEL), the infrastructure and energy arm of Welspun Group, has announced the appointment of Kapil Maheshwari as Executive Director & CEO of Welspun New Energy Limited, a 100% subsidiary of Welspun Enterprises.

Maheshwari is a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience in the solar PV, storage technologies, power electronics, and green hydrogen space in India, US, MEA, Germany, and SEA. He is a distinguished academician and holds an MTech degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT, Bombay, and Executive MBA in General Management from IIM, Bangalore.

Prior to joining Welspun, Maheshwari was part of Reliance Industries, where he was leading Renewable Energy and Green Hydrogen Ecosystem Development.

As part of his role of spearheading Welspun New Energy, Maheshwari will lend his well‐rounded domain expertise to incubate Welspun Enterprises’ newest business, giving it a strategic direction going forward.

Commenting on the appointment, Sandeep Garg, Managing Director, Welspun Enterprises said, “Welspun has always been committed to a greener world and all our actions have been towards envisioning a sustainable future, driven by our ESG Framework. With a global focus, transitioning towards Renewable Energy and Green Hydrogen and moving away from fossil to other natural resources, Welspun Enterprises strives to be a Renewable Energy and Green Hydrogen & its derivatives supplier globally in the years to come. I am certain that Welspun New Energy will tremendously benefit from Kapil’s multifaceted experience and wide‐ranging exposure at this crucial stage of the Company's growth.”

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