The Indian Competition Authority dismisses allegations of abuse of dominance against the largest national energy conglomerate (Tata Power Delhi Distribution / NTPC)

CCI dismisses allegations of abuse of dominance against NTPC -India’s largest energy conglomerate* The CCI vide its order dated 12.10.2017 has dismissed allegation of abuse of dominance and anti-competitive conduct against NTPC Limited, India’s largest public electricity generator (the Opposite Party-“OP”) at the prima facie stage. The complaint (”Information”) was filed by , Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, the informant, an electricity distribution company (DISCOM) in North Delhi , which has been procuring electricity from NTPC Limited (a power generating company) vide a composite , long term , power purchase agreement (“PPA”) executed between the parties on 08.05.2008. The validity of the composite PPA for various existing and future power stations of the OP varied from 15 years to

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  • Vaish Associates, Advocates (New Delhi)

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority dismisses allegations of abuse of dominance against the largest national energy conglomerate (Tata Power Delhi Distribution / NTPC), 12 October 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2017, Art. N° 87870

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