A STUDY ON TYPES OF THE ELECTRICITY THEFT BY CONSUMERS
Author(s):
SHEKHAR YADORAO KHOT , Dr. Hari Kumar Naidu, Pratik Gutke
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Electricity theft can be in the form of fraud (meter tampering), stealing (illegal connections), billing irregularities, and unpaid bills. The evidence shows that theft is increasing in most regions of the world. The financial impacts of theft are reduced income from the sale of electricity and the necessity to charge more to consumers. Electricity theft is closely related to governance indicators, with higher levels of theft in countries without effective accountability, political instability, low government effectiveness and high levels of corruption. Electricity theft can be reduced by applying technical solutions such as tamper-proof meters, managerial methods such as inspection and monitoring.
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Unique Paper ID: 146522

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1

Page(s): 101 - 103
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