OUR ADVISORS

Ranjit Barthakur

Mr. Ranjit Barthakur

Ranjit has over 35 years of experience in managing and leading companies in a wide range of industries, including FMCG, telecommunications, tourism, technology, environment, ecology, outsourcing and healthcare. He is currently Chairman of Globally Managed Services (GMS), an operational consulting incubator founded in 2002. A sustainability visionary, he is interested in understanding and driving the energy transformation in India. Ranjit supports BRIDGE TO INDIA with thought leadership.

Krishnappa Subramanya

Mr. Krishnappa Subramanya

Krishnappa is a leader, expert and pioneer for solar energy in India. He served as the CEO of Tata BP Solar from 2006-2012, steering it to become India’s largest solar company. In addition to his operational experience, he has worked with Indian and international companies on on covering technology assessment, manufacturing, supply chain, go-to-market initiatives, strategy, regulatory issues and policy advocacy. Krishnappa engages with BRIDGE TO INDIA in discussions and ideating, and provides guidance on projects.

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Mr. Oliver Herzog

Oliver has more than seven years of experience in the field of renewable energy, particularly in developing large-scale projects in wind, PV, bio energy and small hydro. He is currently Head of Project Acqusition and Business Development at reconcept GmbH. He is enthusiastic about addressing environmental challenges through profitable business opportunities. Oliver supports BRIDGE TO INDIA on project development and business development.

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Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Horst Wildemann

Horst has been a professor of business administration at the Technical University of Munich since 1988. He is now the Managing Partner of TCW and continues to remain active in his research and teaching. Horst provides BRIDGE TO INDIA with support and advice on business development and research activities, and has co-authored a research project on bringing German renewable energy technology to India.
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