The Labour Department of Uttarakhand has issued the Draft Uttarakhand Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Rules, 2021. The following rules have come into the suppression: The Uttarakhand (U.P. Factories Rules, 1950) Adaption and Modification order, 2002. The Uttarakhand (U.P.

This Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India contains the results of Performance Audit of ‘Natural Disaster in Uttarakhand, June, 2013 (Response, Relief and Restoration of Damaged Infrastructure of immediate nature)’. The Report has been laid on the table of the State Legislature Assembly on 03-11-2015.

An Act to promote Electric Production from renewable power sources on the basis of private developer and community co-operation and for incidental matters connected theirwith.

The Urban Directorate, Government of Uttarakhand has prepared a draft State Level Action Plan for the management, handling and disposal of municipal solid waste in accordance with the Municipal Solid Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2000. The said draft action plan has been prepared with active consultation with all stake holders i.e.

Community managed micro/mini hydro power projects with effective support and partnership with public and private sector has the potential to sustainably address the unmet demand of energy in rural areas of Uttarakhand.

The policy aims to utilize the existing roof space of buildings for the roof-top SPV systems to replace DG gensets installed for minimum load requirement for operation during load shedding.

The Uttarakhand Solar Energy Policy – 2013 aims to provide comprehensive policy for promotion of solar energy in the state of Uttarakhand.

These regulations may be called the Uttarakhand Electricity Regulatory Commission (Tariff and Other Terms for Supply of Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources and non-fossil fuel based Co-generating Stations) Regulations, 2013.

Climate change escalates the already existing vulnerabilities (social, ecological, economic and cultural) and inequities of Uttarakhand and could manifest disastrously if not addressed adequately.

A Bill to establish an independent authority to investigate offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 so as to detect corruption by expeditious investigation and to prosecute offenders and redressal of certain types of public grievances and to provide protection to whistleblowers.