Ashish Khanna in a recently-held media video round-table by Tata Power Solar spoke to journalists about the company’s future plans, the current situation of the industry, and how to move ahead in these difficult times. Edited excerpts:You had said earlier that operations are not hit as much. So post all the requisitions that MNRE and government has given to allow renewables and other power companies to operate. How has the new normal been for your sector? And how do you see it going from now on?We were anxious, since it had caught us unaware we were more anxious. But if you ask me, being in the industry, watching very closely the developments of China, we will not be unaware that what is going to hit us is. Only how large it is going to hit us and how bad it is to hit us, which has been a surprise element. The other factor is that since we were observing how China is dealing with it, how quickly they are coming back. We have pump business, which is in metros so rooftop is metros as well as in the cities as well as in very small cities too — tier three… Read full this story
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