Led by a world-class management team with extensive experience in execution of power projects in emerging markets, Astonfield brings a unique combination of global expertise and deep local knowledge to ensure seamless project implementation. By partnering with top tier global technical providers, Astonfield delivers the world’s most cost competitive and affordable clean energy technologies to its customers across emerging markets.
Astonfield’s Ameet Shah has been named one of the top 50 Most Influential Figures in African Power 2015 by ESI magazine. Shah was recognized for his championing efforts in promoting and developing renewable energy in Africa. He was also acknowledged as a key figure in in ensuring the seamless operations and health of critical enterprises, vital to functioning of the electricity industry in southern, east and west Africa.
Astonfield Renewables Co-Chairman Sourabh Sen shared his perspective on Green Trade in a high-profile panel, “Ensuring a positive contribution of trade policy to climate action towards COP 21,” at the ICTSD Conference in New York.
The purpose of the event was to explore the potential of the EGA negotiations to foster trade as a tool for enhancing climate action and to discuss how this could help support climate negotiations towards Lima and Paris.
Independent solar power producer Astonfield Renewables and Solesa, an international engineering and project management company, annouce a strategic partnership to deliver solar power solutions to industrial businesses with a focus on combating rising energy costs in India.
The partnership also announced the commissioning of its first project in Tamil Nadu - a 100 kW ground-mounted solar-diesel hybrid system for Indo Shell Cast.
Astonfield Renewables, a leading provider of affordable renewable energy, announced that Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited (CRISIL), a division of the McGraw Hill Corporation and whose majority stakeholder is Standard & Poor's, has given an A- credit rating on loan facilities for its 5 megawatt (MW) solar power plant in the state of Rajasthan.
Astonfield is the first company to receive an A class rating by CRISIL for a solar power plant in India. The "CRISIL A-/Stable" rating was given on long-term loan facilities.