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Dispute Resolution Committee to be set up for solar, wind power developers

Thursday, 20 Jun 2019
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The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has firmed up plans to set up a three-member Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC).

The committee has been set up to look at unforeseen disputes that may arise in implementation of contractual agreements and also for issues beyond the scope of contractual agreements between solar and wind power developers and implementing agencies like the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and NTPC.

The panel will be set up with approval of the Union Minister of Renewable Energy and consist of eminent people. DRC will consider all cases of appeal against decisions given by SECI on Extension of Time requests based on terms of contract and also all requests of Extension of Time not covered under the contractual terms.

DRC will examine all such cases referred to it including cases where the developer is not satisfied with the decision of SECI or NTPC and decides to appeal after paying the required fee in a time-bound manner and submit its recommendations to MNRE not later than 21 days from the date of reference.

The recommendations of DRC along with MNRE's observations will be placed before the Renewable Energy Minister for final decision.

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