Mr. Aditya K Singh is an Associate Partner of Link Legal India Law Services and has over 10 years of experience in advising and representing clients in precedent-setting commercial and regulatory matters before the Supreme Court, High Courts, Appellate Tribunals (In Competition, Corporate, Broadcasting and Power), Regulators (in Competition and Power).

He has also advised various private equity firms and financial institutions in their investment in Energy Sector, Port and SEZ etc.

He has strong interest in academics and regular contributed/quoted in Mercom, EQ International, Business Standard, etc and played instrumental role in finalization of courses on energy law of various law schools and technology schools.

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Engineering and Construction
  • General Corporate & Commercial
  • Project Claims and Disputes Management
  • Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Projects, Infrastructure and Energy
Mar 03 2021
by Mercom India - dated 03rd March 2021

Read the article "Lack of Restitution Clause in Solar PPAs Must Not Lead to Rejection of Carrying Costs Claims" authored by our Regulatory Associate Partner, Aditya K Singh published on Mercom India.

"Electricity Commissions should not blindly rely on the Supreme Court judgment but exercise their regulatory power, read with other dictums of the Supreme Court. However, this does not mean that the Electricity Commissions should allow carrying costs in all cases, but they should exercise their power to allow it on a case-to-case basis. They should also take into consideration the conduct of the parties so that procurers/DISCOMS should not be burdened for the negligence of the generators."

Read the full article here.

Feb 20 2021
by Mercom India - dated 20th February 2021

Read the expert views of our Associate Partner, Aditya K Singh published by Mercom India in its story "APTEL Provides Interim Relief to Developers in the Scrapped GUVNL 700 MW Solar Auction".

"APTEL has taken the right step by giving interim relief to developers. Ideal relief should have been a complete stay on the tender. However, APTEL must have found it difficult because of the findings of APTEL in the order pronounced in Appeal Number 22 of 2016 (SunEdison Solar vs. DERC & Others). In the SunEdison case, Delhi DISCOM BSES had withdrawn its tariff adoption petition filed on the grounds of a significant reduction in solar power cost (a letter of intent was also issued to SunEdison). APTEL allowed the cancelation of the bidding process heavily relying on the term “consumer’s interest”"...


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