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P/034/2019 - Sri T.P. Varkey Ernakulam
The appellant in this appeal petition is a consumer of the Kerala State Electricity Board Ltd bearing No. Consumer No. LCN 6/6008 under Electrical Section, Angamaly. The supply is given under High Tension category with a contract demand of 510 kVA. The appellant had obtained their Industrial electric connection on 22-02-2012. The Licensee has demanded a sum of Rs. 17.44 lakhs as transmission side development charges on per kVA basis from the appellant, vide letter No.ECP/TI/HT/Mothers Agro Food/2017-18/3527 dated 23-02-2018 of Deputy Chief Engineer, Electrical Circle, Perumbavoor. The appellant filed a petition before the CGRF which was disposed vide Order No. 63/2018-19 dated 20-03-2019, ordering that the demand notice issued to the appellant by the respondent is genuine and legally sustainable and the Forum dismissed the case due to lack of merits. Challenging the decision of the CGRF, the appellant approached this Authority by filing this appeal petition. From the analysis done and the findings and conclusions arrived at, which are detailed above, I observe the following and take the following decisions. 1) There was no revision of estimate in the transmission side. 2) The actual works executed in transmission side were not evaluated. 3) The applicant has not requested for an exclusive feeder. As the work was executed not in accordance with the original estimate or revised estimate and an exclusive feeder was not constructed from the substation to the premises of the appellant, the evaluation-cum-cost report shall be prepared. The final accounts of each work, for which amount has been collected by KSEB to provide the electric supply to the appellant, may be prepared and the actual cost estimate be arrived at, incorporating the revisions as ordered above by this Forum, within three months of this order and the same shall be communicated appellant.   The Order No. OP 63/2018-19 dated 20-03-2019, of CGRF (Central Region), Ernakulam, is set aside. Having decided as above, it is ordered accordingly. The Appeal Petition filed by the appellant is disposed of with the said decisions taken and issued. No order as to costs.


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