Sanjay Bhatnagar is the CEO of WaterHealth International (WHI), a new generation water company developing decentralized water purification solutions. WHI focuses on providing sustainable community water solutions to underserved populations worldwide and currently serves a population of over 2 million people through more than 300 purification plants in India, the Philippines and Africa.
Mr. Bhatnagar is also the founder of the THOT Capital Group. THOT Capital Group and its partners are active in infrastructure development, asset buy-outs and operations in Europe and the U.S. and also manage a foreign exchange fund. Prior to setting up the THOT Capital Group in January 2001, Mr. Bhatnagar was the CEO of Enron Broadband Services for the Middle East and Asia and was responsible for developing Enron’s telecommunication businesses in the region, including bandwidth trading, optical fiber networks, internet datacenters and VOD businesses.
Mr. Bhatnagar has served as the chairman and CEO of Enron South Asia where his responsibilities included developing and financing energy infrastructure. He was the lead developer of the 2,184 megawatt Dabhol Power project in India, which began commercial operations in May 1999.
Before joining Enron in 1993, Mr. Bhatnagar worked for Schlumberger, the oil field services company, as an engineer and manager in several countries.
Mr. Bhatnagar received an MBA with Honors, from Harvard University in 1993, a master’s degree in Engineering from Stanford University in 1989 and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with distinction from the Indian Institute of Technology in 1983.