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APTS inspection -only anomaly in the tariff assigned by KSEB noted-no mahazar –Short assessment bill for detection of wrong application of tariff from the date of connection– Appeal Petition No. P/214/2011 – Antony K.L., Kochi.


An inspection conducted by the APTS had detected that electricity was being used from the industrial tariff connection for commercial activities and the tariff assigned by KSEB was wrong and directed to change tariff and make up the revenue loss by raising a bill. Based on the inspection, tariff of the consumer was changed from the date of connection and provisional short assessment bill issued. The consumer has challenged the change of tariff fixation and the short assessment bill.
Arrears of electricity charges – request of the consumer for one time settlement, waiver of MD charges and cancellation of amount charged for non-installation of TOD meter – P/ 280/2012-P.K.KeralaVarma, Kozhikode.


The consumer has defaulted in paying electricity charges for a long period and the KSEB had disconnected the service connection due to non-payment of arrears.The consumer has not availed the benefit of one time settlement granted to him by KSEB previously. The Govt. order granting MD waiver to closed industrial units is not applicable to appellant since his factory was in service during the period in question. The plea to withdraw 25% extra charged in the bill for non-installation of TOD meter also find no merit and hence rejected. Since this is a long pending issue, time is extended to avail the benefit granted to the consumer by the Board. Ordered accordingly.
Assurance of voltage Improvement by KSEB,P/158/2010-Prakash Thomas Vs AEE, Kanjirappally.


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