MEET K. P. POWER’S MANAGEMENT TEAM
The perfect team to solve the most difficult issues in the renewable energy sector.
Mr. Dinesh R. Manek – Director
Mr. Dinesh Manek is working in the capacity of Managing Director (MD) in the Manek Group of Companies having industrial salt manufacturing units in the State of Gujarat since 1971. He joined K. P. Group as a Director and has been handling the finance and general administration.
Mr. Sudheer P. Parkar – Vice President, Business Development
- Bachelor of Engineer (Electrical), 1969.
After Graduation, Mr. Parker joined MSEB as a Junior Engineer. He was associated with the construction and commissioning of the second largest 220 kV extra-high voltage sub-station next to Koyna 220 kV sub-station.
He was awarded a special appreciation from the then Chairman of MSEB for completing the sub-station work in a record time of 16 months against all odds. He worked in the Transmission Planning Department of the same organization in Mumbai in higher capacities.
Further he contributed significantly to the erection, testing, commissioning, operating and maintaining 400 kV /220 kV interconnecting sub-station at Kalwa, one of the most important grid sub-stations of the utility.
Later, he started his own construction/consultation company in the power transmission field. In this area he headed a team which repaired MSEB’s failed 220 kV power transformer at Padghe site (Thane Dist.). He also was operating and maintaining a number of extra voltage sub-stations in and around Navi Mumbai.
Currently his activities are focused on the development of wind and solar power projects in Maharashtra.
Mr. Suresh S. Borse – Vice President, Project Management
- Bachelor of Engineer (Electrical), College of Engineering Pune (COEP).
After graduation Mr. Borse, joined the Government’s Public Works Department (PWD) & successfully completed the execution works in electrical field for period of 2-years. Subsequently Mr. Borse joined the MSEB. Mr. Borse completed 25 years at MSEB in the operation and maintenance of lines and sub-station up to 33 kV. He has also successfully completed the commissioning of wind turbines with 37 km of evacuation line within a period of 3-months in the Nasik Zone.
Thereafter, he joined MSETCL and has worked for about 9-years before retirement. At MSETCL, he repaired a 400 kV/220 kV BHEL-make ICT at 400 Kv, Dhule sub-station within a targeted period of 8 days and saved around Rs. 25 million and also distressed load shedding in Dhule and Nandurbar District for a period of over 1.5 years. In Nashik District he has commissioned 25 nos. of EHV transformers and ICTs up to the Capacity of 50 MVA to 200 MVA of Voltage Level 132 kV/33 kV and 220 kV/132 kV within a targeted period of 2-months.
He has also completed his TQM training in Japan with TEPCO in the year 2010 and has been awarded the ‘The Best Engineer Award’ from the Government of Maharashtra for his achievement in the year 2011.
Mr. Dilip K. Kadam – Vice President, Project Management
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical), JNU, Delhi.
- Certificate of Proficiency in German Language, JNU, Delhi.
- Post-Graduate Diploma in Management, Delhi University.
Mr. Dilip K. Kadam is a techno-commercial professional having more than 38 years of experience in the power sector and is specialized in commissioning, project management, performance testing of thermal and gas turbine of various technologies such as Associated Electrical Industries, U.K, Leningrade Metal Works, USSR, Kraft Works Union, Germany, Siemens, Germany and GE, USA.
He has looked after commissioning to handing over of the thermal power projects from 1.5 MW to 500 MW commissioned in India and abroad. He has worked very closely in the power projects at Libya (North Africa), Malta (Southern Europe), Ethiopia, Nepal, and Bhutan. He was also posted at Libya as the Country Manager, BHEL, Libya and was responsible for setting up the largest (600 MW) open cycle gas turbine power projects and also liaising with the various Libyan Government ministries like Ministry of Power, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Petroleum etc. at Libya. He was also responsible for the Total Cash Management and Marketing of BHEL products related to the Power Industry.
He had worked as a General Manager and head of the BHEL manufacturing plant at Mumbai and has hands-on experience for the factory operations, material management, personnel policies and procedures, quality control, safety and security, international business operations and total supply chain management for domestic and international projects.