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Dr. Brijesh Bhatt


Assistant Professor, NTPC School of Business (NSB), Noida.



  • Institutional analysis, Governance and regulatory aspects, Behavioral and influence of social norms, Technological change.

Current Research:

  • Power sector reforms and distribution performance, Urban infrastructure, Technology adoption



  • Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D) 2020)
    Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany
  • Masters of Technology (M.Tech.) (2008)
    G.B. Pant Engineering College, Pauri Gharwal, Uttarakhand
  • Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) (2005)
    G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, Uttarakhand


Electricity Generation Transmission and Distribution
Energy Regulation
Building Low Carbon Cities (Elective)



Bhatt, B. and Singh, A. (2021). Power sector reforms and technology adoption in the Indian electricity distribution sector. Energy, Volume 215, Part A, January 2021, 118797 (Elsevier Publication, A/ABDC, Scopus).

Bhatt, B. and Singh, A. (2020). Stakeholder’s role in distribution loss reduction technology adoption in the Indian electricity sector: An actor-oriented approach. Energy Policy, Volume 137, February 2020, 111064 (Elsevier Publication, A/ABDC, Scopus).

Bhatt, B. and Negi, A. (2019). Taking Stock of Indian Smart Cities. Nagarlok, quarterly journal by the Indian Institute of Public Administration, VOL. LI, Part 4, October-December 2019.

Book Chapters

Bhatt. B. and Negi, A. (2018). Analysis of Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic System Across the Indian States: Learnings for Sustainable Infrastructure. In Sustainable Development Research in the Asia-Pacific Region, Springer International Publishing, Hamburg Germany.

International Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers/Proceedings

Bhatt, B. (2011). Institutional Change and Technology Adoption in the Electricity Distribution Networks of Andhra Pradesh (India). Annual Conference on Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, 2011 Brussels, Belgium.

Bhatt, B. (2010). Energy Efficiency in Ground Water Irrigation Systems of Andhra Pradesh: Need of Institutional Analysis. In Proceedings of the Young Researchers’ Symposium “Future Megacities in Balance”, 9–10 October 2010, Essen, Germany, DAAD (ed.): Vol. 66 “Dokumentationen & Materialien”, pp.169–174.

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