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Parveen Arora


New Delhi



Parveen is a partner at BTG Advaya, where he heads the regulatory, energy and infrastructure practice. He brings with him two and half decades of rich experience in varied roles, including legal, commercial, regulatory and management activities of large infrastructure, power, renewable and manufacturing companies.

Apart from his specialization in commercial contracting including capital-intensive turnkey and EPC contracts, he also has in-depth expertise in handling regulatory, litigation, financing, and project construction matters.

In the past, he has led the legal, secretarial and government relations department of a company involved in the Oil and gas sector GDRs (Global Depositary Receipts) listed on the London Stock Exchange. He also had a long stint with a listed company involved in the manufacturing of steel pipes for oil, gas and water transportation.

Prior to joining BTG Advaya, Parveen was the Director - Legal and General Counsel of Vestas’ India operations, a global leader in the manufacturing and supply of wind turbines. In Vestas, he was part of the core management team for India and was closely working with headquarters. He is also a fellow member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India


Top 100 Lawyers in India, Forbes India Legal Powerlist 2022

Practice Areas

Commercial: Contracting and Public Procurement
Regulatory, Policy and Advocacy
Projects and Real Estate


Industrials and Manufacturing
Energy, Infrastructure and Natural Resources
Transport and Logistics

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Leading Indian independent power producer

Advising and supporting the company for all legal matters, such as, turnkey EPC, O&M, vendor contracts, new businesses, investments, regulatory, and litigation representation before the CERC, APTEL.

Leading Indian independent power producer

Regularly engaged for representation before regulatory authorities, such as the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Ministry of Power (MoP), Central Transmission Utility of India (CTU), and Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) etc.

Leading Indian independent power producer

Advised and supported in resolving matters relating to bilateral charges, transmission charges, leading edge erosion and blade defects, variation, contractor issues, generation losses etc.

European state-owned energy company

Assited in drafting term sheet for supply, O&M services and technical services for supervision and commissioning of WTG for a hybrid project to be developed in Karnataka.

Fortune 500 food manufacturing company

Advising on setting up of captive solar power plant in Maharashtra, including support in power purchase agreement, shareholders agreement, business transfer agreement.

Renewable power platform backed by two global private equity powerhouses

Advising and reviewing Equipment Supply Agreement, O&M Agreement, Escrow Agreement for a Hybrid Project of 200 MW, to be entered with a leading WTG supplier.

Indian renewable energy equipment company

Advised, assisted, reviewed and negotiated EPC contract for supply, erection and commissioning contract for supply of goods along with supply of services for construction, installation of 450 MW solar and wind hybrid farm level infrastructure.

Major European pharmaceuticals company:

Advised on various matters, such as due diligence of suppliers, drafting; and review and negotiations of Letter of Intent and Construction Contract for expansion of existing manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu. Also supported in shortlisting of a vendor, contract for supply and installation of Multimedia Energy Plant (Boiler); and on participation in a captive power project, procurement of power, and acquisition of shareholding. Currently advising on further acquisition of adjacent land.

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