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Energy

Our Energy practice is led by Mr. Piyush Joshi, who has developed the practice consolidating on his industry experience as Corporate Counsel, Enron (2000-2002) and Deputy Legal Counsel, British Gas (2002-2005). Our firm provides strategic and innovative solutions to the business and regulatory challenges in the ever-expanding Energy sector in India.

We advise project developers, financiers, private equity investors as well as regulatory authorities and government agencies.

Our Energy practice spans the following areas:

  • LNG & Natural Gas
  • Renewable Energy Projects
  • Waste to Energy
  • Carbon financing
  • Coal-based Thermal Power Plants
  • Gas-based Power Projects
  • Hydel Power Projects
  • Equity investment in Energy sector

Our deep understanding of the sectoral issues has also resulted in our engagement in disputes in the energy sector ranging from competition issues to tariff determination, to environmental issues. We advise on strategy for complex disputes arising in the Energy sector, drafting of submissions and representing clients in proceedings before arbitration forums, regulatory authorities and judicial forums. These include matters before the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board, the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity, the Competition Commission of India, the National Green Tribunal, High Courts across India and the Supreme Court.