No Need for Interference in Tariff Regulations under Section 61 of Electricity Act, 2003: Delhi HC [Read Order]

The court emphasized Tariff Regulatory Authority is responsible for governing the tariff based on performance-based service for generation as per provisions of section 61 of the Electricity Act, 2003
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A division bench of the Delhi HC has held that no interference was required with regards to determination of tariffs as provisions under Section 61 of the Electricity Act, 2003 makes it clear that it is the Tariff Regulatory, which govern the tariff based upon service for generation, transmission and distribution as well as cost…

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