Event Details


The Workshop will consider policy and regulatory issues affecting U.S. investment in the Indian power sector, and will examine key downstream power sector issues including: Land Acquisition, Payment Security Mechanisms, Third Party Open Access issues, Scheduling, Settlement, Civil liability, Dispatching Infirm Power, Decommissioning, Tariff Setting, Centre-State conflicts on Open Access, Fuel issues, Power exchanges, Public Private Partnerships, and Sanctity of Contracts, in the context of the emerging Indian Power Market post the Electricity Act 2003, and US policy and regulatory issues

Featuring a delegation from India:

G R Srinivasan, Fmr Vice Chairman, Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, Fmr Director Projects, Nuclear Power Corporation of India, and Advisor Nuclear Power Business, GMR Energy

Anil Razdan, Former Secretary, Ministry of Power, Government of India

V Subramanian, Former Secretary, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy

Bhanu Bhushan, Former Director Operations, Power Grid India & Former Member, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission

Mohit Saraf, Senior Partner, Luthra & Luthra

Sanjay Bhatnagar, CEO, THOT Capital Group
Jatin Aneja, Partner, Amarchand Mangaldas
Chintan Shah, Head – Strategic Business Development, Suzlon Energy

Harry Dhaul, Director General, IPPAI
and U.S participants, including:

Samuel R. Berger, Co-Chairman of Albright Stonebridge Group and
former National Security Advisor

Michael Owen, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South
and Central Asian Affairs, US Department of State

Robert N. Boudreau, Director, International Nuclear Energy Policy and Cooperation, U.S. Department of Energy

Brian O’Hanlon, Office of Energy & Environmental Industries, US Department of Commerce

Paul Hanrahan, CEO, AES
Ron Somers, President, USIBC

Ted Jones, Director, USIBC

Ajay Kuntamukkala, Partner, Hogan & Hartson LLP
For Further details about the proceeding of the workshop, please do contact us at: http://www.ippai.org/contact_us.php



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The Hay-Adams Hotel,Washington, DC