Shubhi Sharma

Shubhi Sharma

Associate Partner | Delhi

Regulatory & Policy; Dispute Resolution
Enrolment No. D/1554/2014

About

Shubhi is an Associate Partner in Dispute Resolution and Regulatory practice groups of the firm. With over 9 years of experience, she specializes in general litigation (original and appellate) and has successfully represented power and energy developers in petitions challenging the specific action. She has appeared before the Supreme Court of India and the High Courts in matters relating to constitution law, and has earlier worked with the Chambers of Mr. Salman Khurshid.

Practice areas

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Regulatory & Policy

Expertise

  • Regulatory Advisory & Litigation
  • Coprorate commercial litigati

Representative matters

  • Atria Wind Power Private Limited, Hetero Power Private Limited and Vibrant Energy Holdings Pte. LtdOn Petitions filed by AP Discoms before APERC seeking amendment of the open access and wheeling and banking regulations to remove the incentives provided to open access/ captive developers further to the state of AP’s wind and solar policies
  • Atria Wind Power Private Limited, Hetero Power Private Limited and Vibrant Energy Holdings Pte. LtdOn Writ Petitions seeking quashing of GO 35 issued by the Government of AP for withdrawal of all incentives provided under the 2018 wind and solar policies of the State
  • ReNew Power LimitedIn writ petitions filed by wind and solar power developers for quashing of GO Rt. 63 issued by the GoAP for constitution of a high-level negotiation committee to ‘review, negotiate and reduce’ the solar and wind tariff determined by the state commission and letter dated 12.07.2019 directing renewable power generators to reduce tariff and threatening termination of PPAS, in case tariff is not reduced
  • O2 Power Private LimitedIn a petition challenging the action of PGCIL in seeking construction phase bank guarantee from renewable energy developers under the LTA Agreement despite the clear mandate of the ‘Detailed Procedure for grant of LTA’ to exempt applicants having firmed up beneficiaries from the said obligation
  • ReNew Power LimitedBefore KERC in Petitions challenging the actions of Karnataka ESCOMS in arbitrarily levying Cross Subsidy Surcharge and electricity tax on energy consumed by the Captive Users