INDUSLAW is pleased to announce the addition of Shashwat Kumar, who has joined our Delhi & NCR office in the Infrastructure & Energy practice.

Shashwat has 17 years of experience in advising clients on a wide range of infrastructure sectors including highways, railways and sports infrastructure. He has also advised several national and multinational companies in the power sector, oil & gas PSUs, RITES Limited, Ministry of Railways etc.

Shashwat has extensive experience in the power generation (conventional, renewable and nuclear), electricity transmission and distribution sectors. Here, he has been involved in policy advisory, drafting of project agreements and EPC agreements. advising at bid stage and representing before the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Ministry of Power, SECI, NTPC etc. on behalf of the clients which includes associations of solar power developers. He has advised on several utility scale solar PV, rooftop solar PV, floating solar, wind energy, bio-mass, MSW projects etc. He also represents clients before the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (APTEL), Electricity Regulatory Commissions (ERC), and Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB).

Prior to joining INDUSLAW, Shashwat was a Partner with Shardul Amarchand’s Projects and Project Finance practice.

Quote from our Founding Partners Suneeth Katarki & Gaurav Dani:

“Shashwat has extensive expertise in Infrastructure, Energy & Electricity regulation space. This aligns perfectly with one of our firm’s key growth priorities. Shashwat’s addition to our team will further enhance our capacity to effectively support clients within this critical sector. We are excited to welcome Shashwat to INDUSLAW and wish him all the very best in his new role.”

Quote from Shashwat Kumar (new partner)

“I’m truly delighted to be a part of INDUSLAW. I’m excited to contribute to the firm’s Infrastructure, Energy & Electricity regulatory practice. I look forward to working closely with the team, utilizing my experience to help shape, expand, and make a meaningful impact in this sector.”

17th July 2023

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