Required Assistant Manager-business Development-renewable Energy (solar) in Torrent Power Limited
2 – 6 Years Ahmedabad
a. Support team in exploring business opportunities in solar sector both green field and acquisition.
b. Support team for conceptualization including due diligence of opportunities leading to investment decisions.
c. Review and research articles, new, magazines about solar power.
d. Prepare data bank for various legal, regulatory and technological developments in solar sector.
e. Prepare detailed project reports, feasibility study report etc.
f. Support team for overall management of consulting assignments with various consultants.
Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter
Industry: Oil and Gas / Energy / Power / Infrastructure
Functional Area: Sales, Retail, Business Development
Role Category: Retail Sales
Role: Sales/Business Development Manager
Due DiligenceProject Reportsregulatory and technological developmentsBid management
Desired Candidate Profile
BE plus MBA – Min. 2-6 years of experience with at leasr1 year experience in solar power
BE – Minimum 4-8 years of experience with at least 1 year experience in solar power
Good English speaking and writing skills. (Essential)
Experience in MS project/Primavera (Preferable)
Knowledge of computer specifically Microsoft office.
Education:UG -B.Tech/B.E. – Civil, Electrical, Energy, Mechanical
PG – MBA/PGDM – Any Specialization
Torrent Power Limited
Torrent Power is one of the leading brands in the Indian power sector, promoted by the Rs. 50 billion Torrent Group – a group committed to its mission of transforming life by serving two of the most critical needs – Healthcare and Power. Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd., the flagship company of the Torrent Group, is a major player in the Indian pharmaceuticals industry with a vision of becoming a global entity in the arena. Torrent Power is among the most experienced private sector players in India with an all-round experience in generation, transmission and distribution of power, and a proven track record of timely execution of large power projects. Torrent Power foresaw the prospects in the power sector much before the liberalization, when it took-over an ailing power cable company in 1989 (now known as Torrent Cables Limited) and successfully turned it around.The high points of Torrent’s foray into power however were the acquisitions of two of the India’s oldest utilities – The Surat Electricity Company Ltd and The Ahmedabad Electricity Company Ltd. Torrent turned them into first rate power utilities comparable with the best, in terms of operational efficiencies and reliability of power supply.