Expenditure for extension/ upgradation to be borne by consumer

(Supply Code-36)

The expenditure for extension or upgradation or both of the distribution system undertaken exclusively for giving new service connection to any person or a collective body of persons or a developer or a builder, or for enhancing the load demand of a consumer or a collective body of consumers or a developer or a builder, shall be borne by the respective applicant or consumer or collective body of consumers or developer or builder, as the case may be, in the following cases:-

(i) for meeting the demand of an applicant with a contract demand above one megawatt (MW);

(ii) for meeting the additional demand of existing consumers, if the aggregate demand including the additional demand applied for, is above one megawatt (MW);

(iii) for meeting the demand of the domestic or commercial or industrial complex or colony constructed by a developer or a builder with a demand above one megawatt (MW);

(iv) for meeting the demand of a high rise building irrespective of its demand;

(v) for meeting the demand of power intensive unit irrespective of its demand; and

(vi) for meeting the demand of a consumer requesting for dedicated feeder or protected load status irrespective of its demand:

Provided that, if due to technical reasons, the extension or upgradation or both to be undertaken by the licensee as per this regulation is more than the requirement of such consumer, the expenditure for such extension or upgradation or both to be realised from the consumer shall be limited to the proportionate expenditure.




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