The Incredibles: The Power Man

25th Sep, 2019;  Source: Entrepreneur India

Entrepreneur India talks to Sumant Sinha, who despite having an illustrious political family background took the road less travelled and built one of India's biggest cleantech companies Entrepreneurship is a tale of venturing into unknown territories Sumant Sinha... Read More

New promises to woo foreign capital

6th Jul, 2019;  Source: Financial Express

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India needs to have 325,000 Mw renewable capacity in 10 yrs: ReNew Power CEO

15th Feb, 2019;  Source: Business Standard

Promoters in India identify too closely and control their companies too much, says ReNew Power CEO Sumant Sinha By the summer of 2020, ReNew Power is set to be the largest player in the renewable energy segment, with a total commissioned capacity of 6,400 Mw; its... Read More

Renewables should learn from thermal power plant woes: Sumant Sinha of ReNew Power

14th Nov, 2018;  Source: Economic Times

In an interview, ReNew Power's Sumant Sinha says that the country need to bring in healthy capital to ensure that renewables do not meet the same fate as thermal power projects ReNew Power chairman Sumant Sinha, ET Entrepreneur of the Year, said stress in the... Read More

ReNew Power’s Sumant Sinha on why India should continue relying on solar imports

12th Oct, 2018;  Source: VCCircle

Backed by Goldman Sachs and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), ReNew Power is India’s largest green energy firm Source:... Read More

‘ReNew power to quote tariffs sustainable in the long run’: ReNew Chief

10th Oct, 2018;  Source: The Economics Times

Sinha, who leads the country’s largest renewable energy firm, said his company has enough capacity in the pipeline due for construction over the next 18 months, and will only quote tariffs that are sustainable in the long run Renewable energy companies with a... Read More

India must add 25 Gw renewable energy every year till 2030: Sumant Sinha

5th Oct, 2018;  Source: ET EnergyWorld

As part of Paris climate agreement, India has committed to ensure 40 per cent of its installed electricity capacity is based on non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 India should add 25 Gw renewable power capacity every year till 2030 in order to achieve... Read More

Gurugram matters to those who matter: Top CEOs give their take

2nd Jun, 2018;  Source: hindustantimes

The CEOs of Renew Power Limited, Nestlé, Make My Trip, Boston Consulting Group and PVR Pictures share their thoughts about what they love about Gurugram and the changes they want to see in the city •Sumant Sinha, Chairman and Managing Director, Renew Power... Read More

Meet ReNew Power’s Sumant Sinha, the green power player

5th Apr, 2018;  Source: Business Standard

The purchase of Ostro Energy strengthens his beliefs in the universal benefits of renewable energy On the website of ReNew Power where introductions to the company’s directors are listed, there is a Read More link to sumantsinhacom “I'm the founder, chairman... Read More