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Sindoor Mittal

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Sindoor Mittal

Sindoor Mittal is the Vice Chairperson of Avaada Group, India’s largest clean energy company. An
alumnus of Stanford Graduate School & ISB- Hyderabad, Sindoor has led the organization to become a
key player in India’s renewable energy space.
Sindoor started her career with a $500 million private equity fund. Her urge to become an entrepreneur
soon found its way into her quitting the job and starting her first business at the age of 24. She
spearheaded Equity fundraising by bringing marquee investors like PTT – Thailand, ADB, DEG, FMO &
Proparco to India through Avaada. She successfully handled the transaction of the organization’s ~1140
MW renewable portfolio to Tata Power. For her achievements in the area of entrepreneurship, Sindoor
has been conferred with “AsiaOne Young Asian Entrepreneurs 2019-20” & “Women Leader of the Year-
2018” award.
Sindoor is looked upon as an industry leader and is a Keynote speaker in leading forums. She has been a
Speaker at events like RE-INVEST, Economic Times’ Global Business Summit, IFC’s Climate Business
Forum. At the ‘Madhya Pradesh Investor Summit’ she shared the dias with the Honorable Prime
Minister Narendra Modi. She is an active participant at the World Economic Forum, Davos.
Sindoor focuses on strategy, leadership development, fundraising, and commissioning of the solar
energy capacities. In her pursuit, Sindoor has built a high performing team and partnerships with global
technology companies and system integrators from the energy sector. She believes that the
combination of a cohesive team with a strong focus on execution is the key to creating a successful
energy company.
Today she relentlessly pursues her belief that India can accelerate its growth through encouraging
greater economic participation by women. Sindoor is keenly involved in the company’s Corporate Social
Responsibility endeavor, which focuses on providing girl education, clean environment and health to the
communities in which they work.

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