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P-027-2021-Sri. Shibu Aboobaker, TVM - Order 08-10-2021
The appellant additionally requested 800 kVA power to the Licensee and provided after realizing Rs.21.07 lakhs towards the transmission development charges. The required power being supplied from 110 kV Substation, TERLS at a voltage level of 11 kV. Since the power was urgently required, the appellant remitted the entire amount demanded by the Licensee under protest. In continuation, the appellant filed a petition in CGRF, Southern Region seeking refund of the amount remitted and the Forum in its order rejected the petition, observing that the demand notice for remitting the pro-rata amount of Rs.21.07 lakhs issued to the appellant is legal and sustainable. The appellant filed this appeal petition before this Authority. From the analysis done and the findings and conclusions arrived at, the appellant is liable to remit the transmission development charge on pro-rata basis. The appellant had remitted Rs.21.07 lakhs towards the transmission development charge on pro-rata basis for an additional power to the extent of 800 kVA by enhancing the power transformer capacity in the 110 kV Station, TERLS from 25 MVA to 40 MVA. The erection of transformers was not started, but the respondent had initiated action for the procurement of transformers and allied equipment. The infrastructure and certain equipment/materials can be made use for the proposed works. Now the appellant was given the required power for the existing power transformers, but the enhancement of the capacity of the transformer to higher capacity as proposed shall be completed and energized at the earliest, so as to avoid the chances of overloading of the Station. After the capacity enhancement work, the final account of each work, for which amount has been collected by KSEB Ltd. to provide the electric power to the appellant may be prepared and the actual cost estimate be arrived at within three months and the same shall be communicated to the appellant. The order No. OP-87/2020 dated 03-03-2021 of CGRF, Southern Region, Kottarakkara is upheld. The appeal petition filed by the appellant stands disposed of as such.

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