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Banmali Agrawala takes over as President & CEO of GE India' Energy business Print E-mail
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Friday, 18 November 2011
New Delhi: GE India has announced the appointment of Banmali Agrawala as a GE Officer to lead GE’s Energy business in India. Banmali will be responsible for driving overall growth and strengthening the business in India.  He will step into his new role on December 1 2011.

Kishore Jayaraman, currently the leading GE Energy executive in India, will be transitioning to a new role in GE during 2012. Jayaraman oversaw rapid growth of the Energy business during his tenure in the country.

Most recently, Banmali was with Tata Power Company Limited, where he was the Executive Director for Strategy and Business Development, India, and also served on the board of directors for the company. From 1987 to 2008, Banmali was with Wartsila India Limited, holding several leadership positions in both India and Europe, and ultimately serving as Managing Director of the company for five years.

Banmali has over 24 years of professional experience and has held several senior positions in industrial companies. 

"We are fortunate to attract an energy executive as strong as Banmali Agrawala. Energy is our largest business in India but still has huge room to grow in new areas like renewables and distributed energy - as well as traditional gas and steam turbines and services. Banmali's appointment as a GE Officer reflects the importance of this role and our respect for his accomplishments to date," said John L. Flannery, President and CEO, GE India.

"I look forward to being a part of GE India’s leadership, further building on the success of the Energy business and working closely with the teams," said Banmali Agrawala.

GE Energy provides a diverse portfolio of product and service solutions that touch every energy industry including fossil, nuclear, and renewable power generation; grid modernization; the production and distribution of oil, natural gas, unconventional and biofuels, and water processing.

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