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P/041/2023- Smt. Ann Noronha

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The appellant is the consumer of the licensee under Vaduthala Electrical Section and connection is availed for a Dental Clinic in LT VIG tariff with connected load 5840 w. The meter reading is taken on bimonthly basis and bills were raised accordingly. The meter reading on 08/11/2022 was 3024. The reading of January 2023 was not taken due to door lock condition and then the reading on 3rd March 2023 was 9248. Then the consumption was 6224 units (9248-3024). The bill for Rs. 54034/- was raised to the appellant. Consumer raised compliant on the bill as her bimonthly bill was between Rs. 2500/- to Rs. 4000/-. The staff of the licensee checked the energy meter but no anomalies found. The meter is tested in NABL accredited meter testing lab and no defects noticed in the meter. The consumer has been asked to check the wiring as the chance may be due to earth leakage of power. The appellant checked the wiring and no abnormalities noticed. The appellant filed the petition to the CGRF and CGRF issued order dated 27/07/2023 stating that the consumer is liable to pay the bill. Aggrieved by the order of CGRF the appellant filed this appeal petition to this authority.
P/017/2023- Shri. Pro: M. J. Jacob

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The appellant is an HT consumer of licensee (KSEBL) with consumer number 1356180002963 with connected load of 420 kw. The appellant is the president of Thodupuzha Taluk Co-operative Rubber Marketing Society Ltd. The premises of TTCRMS has been leased out to Shri. Bobby Issac Mathew and presently operates by Sri. Baby Isacc Mathew. The appellant is a regular defaulter of monthly current charge. The rebate declared by the state Govt. during the Covid-19 period has been extended to the appellant. The arrears pending from the appellant is around Rs. 42, 80, 214/-. The power charge default is since 2015 onwards, billed amount was not fully paid and each bill there were outstanding and this attracted interest also. The appellant approached the CGRF and CGRF ordered vide order dated 25/02/2023, that the appellant is liable to pay the arrear bill and also granted 12 instalment facility to clear the payment. Aggrieved by the decision of CGRF, the appellant filed this appeal petition to the authority. On verifying the documents submitted and hearing both the petitioner and respondent and also from the analysis as mentioned above, the following decision are hereby taken. 1. The appellant is liable to pay the amount as per the demand of Licensee. 2. The appellant has to remit a minimum amount of Rs. 15 Lakhs within 15 days and for the balance amount licensee shall grant 24 monthly instalments. 3. The enhancement of connected load shall be granted as per Section 99 of the Kerala Electricity Supply Code -2014. 4. No order on cost.
P/018/2023- Shri. Rajagopal K.G

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The appellant Shri. KG Rajagopal is a consumer of the licensee (KSEBL)in Edappally electrical section with connected load 6kw in LT 7A tariff. the connection is availed for a small fabrication workshop. The consumer was not paying the electricity charges since May 2021. the consumer was not paying the charges. the power was disconnected on 5/02/2022. The service connection was dismantled on 29/12/2022. the total outstanding after adjusting the security deposit was Rs. 24,236/-. This amount includes regular current charges and the surcharge. The action has been initiated by the licensee for the revenue recovery procedure for recovering the arrears. The appellant filed petition to CGRF and CGRF issued order dated 28/2/2023 stating that the power disconnection as per Section 139 of Kerala electricity supply code 2014 has not been followed and respondent shall revise the demand for 180 days as per regulation 141 of Kerala State Electricity Supply Code 2014. Aggrieved by the decision of CGRF, the petition is filed to this authority. On verifying the documents submitted and hearing both the petitioner and respondent and also from the analysis as mentioned above, the following decision are hereby taken. 1. The licensee has to charge fixed charges only for six months from the date of disconnection. 2. The licensee has to revise the demand as per (1) above. 3. The appellant is liable to pay the charges as per the revised demand. The demand notice should be in detail mentioning various outstanding amounts. 4. No order on cost

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