The NITI Aayog has published a consultation paper on regulatory reform Law along with the draft of the proposed Regulatory Reform Bill 2013. Comments and suggestion have been invited from the public Below are the comments and suggestion submitted by us in this regard. The submission draws upon the understanding and insights gained by us through over a decade long engagement with the electricity sector regulatory processes at both central and state level. The first submission dated July 2015 is divided into two parts, A-which deals with the regulatory commissions, and B-deals with the Appellate Tribunals.

Subsequently, the NITI Aayog published a modified draft of the bill titled Regulatory reform Bill 2015. Submission regarding this modified draft is also attached below.