CLP India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong-based CLP holdings, has chalked out plans to double its existing 3,000 Mw power generation capacity over the next 3-5 years. The reduction in solar panel prices in the past few years was way more than anticipated, Managing Director Rajiv Mishra says. He also shares his views on the fast-evolving renewable energy market in India, in an exclusive interview with ETEnergyworld.
Give us an overview of the company’s presence in the energy space? What are your expansion plans in India?
CLP is a Hong Kong-based utility established in 1901. It is a listed company with a market capitalization of over $ 30 billion and it is one of the oldest companies in the Asia Pacific. Our businesses are in Hong Kong, China, Australia, and India. Read More
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