Bangalore-based Sun Mobility, a leading provider of energy infrastructure and services for electric vehicles has appointed Anant Badjatya as its new CEO for India business.
An engineer from NIT Durgapur and an alumnus of INSEAD France, Badjatya has over two decades of global experience across diverse industries. In his last role he served as the group CEO with Stallion Group, a 51-year-old diversified conglomerate in West Africa. Earlier to that, he was the group CEO of ANC Holding, a Dubai-based conglomerate focussed on education, food, contracting, and steel among others. He also had a decade long career with ArcelorMittal, where he held various positions including his role as CEO for ArcelorMittal Projects in the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and East Africa.
Chetan Maini, co-founder and vice-chairman, Sun Mobility said, “With over 21 years of professional experience and a stellar career record in scaling up and growing businesses, we are confident Anant will surely lead Sun Mobility into the next phase of growth and help us in our aim to position the company as an industry leader in the electric vehicle energy infrastructure space.”
Anant Badjatya said, “The exponential growth in the EV sector, not just alters the way people and goods move today but also gives India the opportunity to emerge as a leader in clean, connected, and shared mobility solutions, charging infrastructure, and to be a pioneer in renewable energy integration. I am thrilled to be a part of a visionary company like Sun Mobility that has a firm commitment to bringing this change in the country. I am confident that we will be able to deploy robust strategies to scale up and emerge as the top player in the segment."