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May 30 2012 (TRI)

Kanan Devan Hill Plantations Company Pvt. Ltd. Munnar and Others Vs. K ...

Court : Appellate Tribunal for Electricity APTEL

Decided on : May-30-2012

..... . the revenue gap has increased to rs0.44/ kwh. d. since the bst has not increased correspondingly, the licensees are enjoying cross subsidy to the tune of 11.25% to 16.75% as compared to the average cost of supply. e. as and when the cost of purchase of power is increased ..... their existing efficiency level. c) though there has been an increase in the cost of power since the year 2007, there had been no correspondent increase in the bulk supply tariff. the surplus generated by the small licensees including the appellant is mainly on account of low power purchase cost ..... power by the board by the liquid fuel power stations, power exchanges and short term markets. retail supply tariff for the licensees was not recovered corresponding to the increase in the bst since based on the submission of the licensees themselves, most of them have substantial revenue surplus over and above ..... the bulk supply tariff at a flat rate applicable to different licensees in their respective areas of distribution? ,b) whether the parameters laid down in section 61 of the act should not be followed?, c)whether, more particularly, criteria such as costs, expenses, availability of power, consumer base, consumer mix, efficiency of ..... shall be revised in line with increase in power purchase cost of the kseb. 11. now, the board has appended to the replies a few charts/tables common and applicable to all the appellants in support of justification of increase in bst by 15% in energy charges and hence, before going to .....

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Oct 11 2012 (TRI)

M/S. Karamchand Thaper and Bros (C.S.) Ltd., Vs. M/S. M.P. Power Tradi ...

Court : Appellate Tribunal for Electricity APTEL Appellate Jurisdiction

Decided on : Oct-11-2012

..... its obligations. (g) it is a well settled principle of law that a valid contract also exists between the parties by way of their conduct under section 8 of the contract act. the various correspondences showing the conduct of the appellant have been taken into consideration by the state commission and on that basis, the state commission gave a finding that there ..... concludes that the loi placed by the petitioner was neither accepted vide letter dated 30thapril, 2004 in a manner which is absolute and unqualified as required under section 7 of the indian contract act nor the correspondence on record establish acceptance by conduct as contended by the petitioner. as such, no concluded contract had emerged. the petition for adjudication of dispute under ..... respondent that there is no concluded contract between the parties in absence of acceptance in terms of loi stands dismissed. 28. counsel for the respondent has further contended that correspondence to the petitioner by the respondent was solely made for the purpose of maintaining cordial relations with the petitioner. according to counsel for the respondent, the matter was inchoate ..... .2009 ref:this office letter tradeco/2506/ /2009-10 dated 25.06.2009 in continuation to our above referred letter, please find enclosed statement showing comparative rates quoted by power traders against subject cited tender enquired opened on 08.07.2009. thanking you and assuring you our best services at all times to come. yours faithfully .....

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