Many electricity regulatory bodies headless


Regulatory commissions in most states are either headless or have not appointed an expert member, leaving them overworked.Regulatory commissions in most states are either headless or have not appointed an expert member, leaving them overworked. 

NEW DELHI: Power firms have a new regulatory hurdle. Regulatory commissions in most states are either headless or have not appointed an expert member, leaving them overworked, while power producers unable to get quick orders on tariffs and other issues. 

Nearly one-third of the positions in 25 state regulatory bodies are vacant. The central regulator is also affected. However, states seem to be in no hurry to make timely appointments.

SOURCE: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/
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