Mumbai-headquartered JSW Energy, a division of Sajjan Jindal-led JSW Group, has announced plans to launch electric vehicles (EVs) by 2020. In line with the company’s “Make in India and Make for India” vision, the initiative is a means for JSW Energy to venture into emerging verticals, including energy storage and charging infrastructure.
JSW Group is more keen on buying ailing Bhushan Steel than other stressed steel entities in the country.This was disclosed here by Parth Jindal, the MD of JSW Cement, and son of JSW Group chairman Sajjan Jindal.
JSW Energy today said it has appointed Prashant Jain as its Joint Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer from June 16, 2017.
JSW Group, an Indian conglomerate with interests in metals to power generation, plans to venture into electric cars by 2020
JSW Group has never hidden its intention to grow via acquisitions. In fact its cement division has just acquired Odisha-based Shiva Cement Ltd. and chairman Sajjan Jindal maintains that almost all its divisions are on the prowl to acquire stressed assets which make strategic sense for the individual companies. He believes the private investment cycle […]
Sajjan Jindal company, JSW Energy on Tuesday sought shareholders approval to raise Rs 12,500 crore through issuance