Coordination in Energy Sector and its Regulation in India
Article from: OGEL 3 (2012), in OGEL Ten Years Special Issue: Internationalisation of Energy Law
The governance of the country has a built-in coordination mechanism between the Centre and the States through the National Development Council, the Finance Commission, the negotiations of State governments with the Planning Commission on the size of their plans and central support to them, among others. Coordination between ministries in a government is through Cabinet meetings and by the Chief or Prime Ministers. Frequent meetings between Ministry departments take place to achieve coordination. However the coordination has been weak and in key areas it has ...