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Anil Chaudhry

Managing Director & Zone President, Greater India
Schneider Electric India

Anil Chaudhry is a power sector veteran with over three decades of experience in energy and infrastructure segment. A strong votary of the usage of technology and smart grid initiatives, Anil brings with him extensive learning of digitisation of the power sector.

Anil was appointed as the Managing Director and Country President of Schneider Electric India in the year 2013. Prior to this, he was the Senior Vice President, Global Sales Organisation, Infrastructure and a member of the Leadership Team in Paris. Anil champions the cause of energy efficient and green technologies and has done substantial amount of work, for French business interests worldwide with a focus on infrastructure development, climate change, access to energy and skill development. He is determined to set up new benchmarks for the usage of innovative techniques to provide world class services to customers. Anil is extremely passionate towards promoting diversity & inclusion. He is also member of Women Advisory Board at Schneider Electric.

In July 2015, Anil was conferred the highest French civilian distinction – Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur (Knight of the Legion of Honour) by President of Republic of France recognizing his significant contributions towards strengthening Indo-French economic relations.

In his over 30 years of experience, Anil has held leadership positions in management, operations, sales, strategy and business development with Global responsibility based out of Europe and India.

Anil is an engineering graduate from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala. He further pursued an Executive Management Program from Harvard Business School and Stanford Business School.

Anil has published and presented numerous technical and concept papers at various national and international seminars for application of digital technology, automation & IoT for energy management and efficiency for smart infrastructure and smart cities.

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