Factors affecting high commercial losses, Electrical Engineering

Factors Affecting High Commercial Losses

Commercial losses in our country occur mainly because of the following reasons:

  1. Incorrect assessment of the energy consumed;
  2. Pilferage of energy; and
  3. Human errors.

You might be wondering: How could these losses are overcome? For this, you need to know the factors that contribute to these losses.

Factors Contributing to High Commercial Losses

1. Theft/pilferage of power through existing consumers.

2. Illegal connection from distribution line by non-customers.

3. Incorrect estimation of energy consumption in respect of un-metered connections.

4. Defective metering.

5. Meter reading errors.

6. Tardy billing and poor revenue collection.

7. Lack of accountability.

Posted Date: 2/6/2013 4:58:32 AM | Location : United States







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