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Orders of Kerala Electricity Ombudsman  in pdf format
P/132/2017 - Sri. Rajendra Pradsad


The respondent denied new electric connection on the ground of previous arrears pending, and asked him to deposit the pending arrear as per regulation 40(3) of the Supply Code, 2014. The provisions made under Clause 22(d) of KSERC (CGRF and Electricity Ombudsman) Regulations, 2005, restricts the maintainability of the Petition before this Forum, when a similar nature Petition filed for the same cause of action and its related grievances, is pending before any other Court, Tribunal, Arbitrator or Authority. Here in this case, a writ Petition is seen filed by the appellant before the Hon: High Court of Kerala vide WP (C) No 5921/2018, and is pending for its decision. Hence the Appeal Petition No P/ 132/2017, filed by Sri. Rajendra Prasad, before this Forum is not maintainable for the reason stated above and therefore the said Petition stands dismissed and is ordered accordingly.
P/134/2017 - Sri. K.M. Abdulkhader


The APTS Unit of Kozhikode conducted an inspection in the premises on 19-04-2017 and found that the 'R' phase and 'Y' phase voltage terminals were seen connected interchanged. Accordingly, the appellant was served with a provisional short assessment bill, assessing for a period of 24 months, when the meter was found recording less than the actual, so as to recover the unrecorded portion of energy, for Rs. 400606/-. The respondent is directed to revise the bills for the consumption for the period of 24 months prior to the inspection by taking an average consumption for the months of 05/2017, 06/2017 and 07/2017, i.e 3041 units.
P/129/2017 - Sri. Thulaseedharan B


the appellant was aggrieved with the exorbitant bill issued for the month of 06/2017, issued by the respondent on 03/07/2017 for Rs.2797/-. The appellant lodged complaint before the CGRF, Kottarakkara on 19-07-2017. It was requested to waive off the excess charges levied in the bill of Rs. 2797/-. 1. The request of the appellant to quash the bill for 25 units is granted. 2. The respondent shall test the meter in an approved laboratory complying with the provision under Regulation 115 (5) of Supply Code, 2014 and convince him the test result. 3. If the meter is faulty, the appellant shall be exempted from paying the bill for 447 units and if the meter is good, the appellant shall remit the bill amount. No surcharge is payable by the appellant.

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