City industrialists have complained that discom DHBVN is levying “unfair and heavy” charges on them, and demanded changes in the existing rules.
However, discom officials claimed that they did not have the authority to amend rules set by the Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (HERC). According to industry representatives, the bone of contention is exorbitant Advanced Conduction Deposit (ACD) and high power factor that industrial consumers are expected to maintain.
Col Raj Singhla, patron, Chamber of Industries, Udyog Vihar, said. “We met additional chief secretary Devendra Singh on Monday and put forward our grievances.” Read More
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