Dhirendra Veer Singh takes charge as CMD THDCIL

Singh takes over the company at a critical juncture as it seeks to consolidate its position in the hydropower industry.

GN Bureau | December 6, 2016


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Prior to taking over as CMD, Singh was holding the charge of director (technical) in the mini ratna 1 hydro power firm and his tenure as CMD shall be up to April 30 2021.

According to a statement, Singh takes over the company at a critical juncture as it seeks to consolidate its position in the hydropower industry as well as strike out into the wider renewable energy space. 
 
"After a professionally fulfilling journey of more than two decades with THDCIL, it is an honour to take up this new responsibility," Singh said. 
"As CMD, my objective would be to ensure that THDCIL continues to work as a responsible hydropower developer, and that we can take the same focus on sustainability to all our new endeavours," he added. 
 
Singh is a civil engineering graduate from NIT Rourkela and has more than three decades of experience in underground works, powerhouse works, spillways, contracts, material management, rehabilitation and heavy civil construction. Before joining THDCIL, Singh worked with Larsen & Toubro.
 

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