Sushanta Chatterjee is currently works as Chief of Regulatory Affairs with Indian Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC). He has long experience of dealing with power sector reforms, especially with regulatory reforms since their inception in 1998. He is a post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, USA, holds a Ph.D. in Management, MBA in Finance and Masters in Economics.
He co-authored "The Electricity Sector in India: Policy and Regulation" (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2012), and authored "S.K. Chatterjee's Commentary on the Electricity Laws of India" (Delhi Law House, 2006). He has also published papers on renewable/REC (World Bank 2013 and NREL 2016), completed research work as Principal Investigator on the topic "Meeting the Renewable Revolution: A Roadmap for Electricity Market Design in India" at International Growth Centre (IGC), London School of Economics, UK (2017). He also co-authored "Renewable Energy in India: Economics and Market Dynamics" (Sage Publications, India), published in July, 2021.
He has been a part of several Committees constituted by Ministry of Power, CERC, Forum of Regulators, South Asia Forum for Infrastructure Regulation and also is a regular guest faculty in several training and academic institutions in India.