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Siddharth K. Desai

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Director

Email: s***@***.com
Local Address: India
Company Description: KISHOR PUMPS is a reputed Indian centrifugal pumps manufacturing company having strong presence in all sectors of industry like Chemical, Petrochemical, Refineries,...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Director, Business Development
    KISHOR PUMPS
  • India Director
    Energy Crossroads Inc
  • Managing Director
    Kishor Flowcare Pvt. Ltd.
  • Business Development
    Conergy Renewable Energy Singapore Pte. Ltd.

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Masters , Environmental Engineering & Science
    Stanford University
  • Bachelors , Chemical Engineering
    University of Pune
  • M.S. , Environmental Engineering & Science
    Stanford
7 Total References
Web References
Siddharth K. Desai, Director ...
www.pump-line.com:80, 23 May 2014 [cached]
Siddharth K. Desai, Director of the Indian pump manufacturer Kishor Pumps, explains: "The treatment plants for domestic sewage are mostly financed by local municipal corporations or municipalities. Delays, quality problems, suboptimal maintenance and water shortages are frequent.
Treatment plants that are financed by bilateral or multilateral organizations such as the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank or the Japan International Cooperation Agency, on the other hand, meet international standards and are considerably more successful. According to Desai, a growing number of treatment plants are now also being built by well-known Indian and multinational companies that generally operate them for seven or eight years according to the BOOT (Build, Own, Operate, Transfer) principle. "This is a welcome sign that India s sewage infrastructure is improving", emphasizes Desai.
Energy Crossroads
www.energycrossroads.org, 15 Dec 2011 [cached]
Siddharth Desai, India Advisor
Siddharth is the advisor of India operations for Energy Crossroads Global, where he is connecting students and professionals to create the foundation for a conference in 2009. He is interested in promoting renewable and efficient electric systems for improving standard of living in developing countries, as well as exploring synergies between energy and water management. Siddharth graduated from Stanford in March 2008 with a M.S. in Environmental Engineering & Science, and is currently working with a renewable energy company in the market assessment and business development function for solar PV applications in Asia-Pacific.
Energy Crossroads: India
india.energycrossroads.org, 5 Aug 2011 [cached]
Please contact Siddharth Desai, India Director, Energy Crossroads: siddharthdesai@stanfordalumni.org.
Energy Crossroads: India
india.energycrossroads.org, 5 Aug 2011 [cached]
Siddharth K. Desai
...
Siddharth is the Alumni Advisor for Energy Crossroads in India. He is connecting students and professionals to create the foundation for the Energy Crossroads India Conference in 2009.
Siddharth is intereted in developing and promoting industrial ecology, leading to environementally sustainable corporate performance.
Siddharth holds a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pune and a Masters from Stanford University in Environmental Engineering & Science.
He has previously worked in the solar PV industry and currently working with KISHOR FLOWCARE Pvt. Ltd. as the Managing Director.
Siddharth K. Desai, Director ...
infrabuddy.com, 14 May 2014 [cached]
Siddharth K. Desai, Director of the Indian pump manufacturer Kishor Pumps, explains: "The treatment plants for domestic sewage are mostly financed by local municipal corporations or municipalities. Delays, quality problems, suboptimal maintenance and water shortages are frequent. Treatment plants that are financed by bilateral or multilateral organizations such as the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank or the Japan International Cooperation Agency, on the other hand, meet international standards and are considerably more successful. According to Desai, a growing number of treatment plants are now also being built by well-known Indian and multinational companies that generally operate them for seven or eight years according to the BOOT (Build, Own, Operate, Transfer) principle. "This is a welcome sign that India's sewage infrastructure is improving", emphasizes Desai.
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