Drummi Bhatt

Mitsubishi Power Americas, Inc.

Vice President, Market Intelligence & Strategy

Ms. Drummi Bhatt is the Vice President of Market Intelligence & Strategy at Mitsubishi Power Americas, Inc., leading thought leadership, customer partnering and growth strategy initiatives for the Americas markets. Ms. Bhatt and her global team is responsible for the development of corporate growth planning and support ideation, research & analysis of the evolving market evolution based on a deep understanding of environmental, competitive, economic and customer trends. Experience in the United States, Europe, and Asia help Ms. Bhatt bring a global perspective in managing key initiatives that drive Mitsubishi’s vision toward a decarbonated, digitalized, and decentralized energy future. Prior to joining Mitsubishi, she has held various positions with energy industry majors leading power trading, portfolio management, FP&A, strategic planning and M&A initiatives. Ms. Bhatt also supports social entrepreneurs through angel investments and growth mentoring and is actively involved in the development of India’s startup ecosystem. In addition to her corporate work, Ms. Bhatt is also the founder of a Women and Rural Empowerment Non-Profit –KarmaKonnect, under which she has implemented impactful projects for livelihood creation, child education and clean energy initiatives in India through a network of ground partners. She has led several social volunteering missions including solar microgrid installations for orphanages and villages of Haiti and Ladakh. Drummi holds a Marketing Certification from Columbia University, New York; MBA and MS-Information Systems from Drexel University, Philadelphia and is a graduate of Gujarat University’s School of Business.

Sessions With Drummi Bhatt

Friday, 22 October

  • 11:30am - 12:00pm (IST) / 22/oct/2021 06:00 am - 22/oct/2021 06:30 am

    Achieving Global and India Renewables Goals

    Live Stream

    Economy-wide net-zero carbon targets set by both national governments and corporations offer a significant upside potential to the growth of renewables. Solar and wind will represent almost all new renewable additions. Mainland China, Europe, and North America still dominate renewable additions, but emerging markets will account for over a third of all growth. Investments in renewables will continue to increase, with growth driven by Asia and Europe. What policy mechanisms are necessary to achieve higher penetration of renewables? How can India build a domestic supply chain for renewables and reduce import dependence? What role will storage play to promote grid flexibility and resilience? What are the emerging developments in renewable technologies that will reduce costs? What policy and technology actions are needed to make the power system stable and resilient as the share of solar and wind increases in electricity mix?