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Research Paper | Electrical Engineering | India | Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018
Direct Hooking Electric Theft: Silicone Rubber Piping over Bear Overhead Electric Conductors Technical Enforcement Mechanisms
Surekha S. Bhalshankar  | Dr C. S. Thorat
Abstract: In Maharashtra state industrialization is on the raising slope, hence demand of electricity continuously blooming. But to meet ever-growing energy demand for industrialization as well for house-hold work brings rise in tariff rates. Raising rates of tariff boost the increasing immoral activities in electrical power sector. With a technical point of view, Power Theft adversely affects the power quality, tariff rates and non-reliability of power supply. So power theft is a non-ignorable crime that is highly prevented, as it directly affected the power quality and economy of the state. Electricity theft is a social evil, so it has to be completely eliminated. Power consumption and losses have to be closely monitored so that the generated power is utilized in a most efficient manner. Now Utility companies have prime responsibilities to prevent the illegal usage of electricity. At these stage traditional methods to stop power theft is totally out dated. New technological development highly needed to solve the problem of illegal usage of electricity without any human control. The implementation of such technology will save large amount of electricity, and there by electricity will be available for more number of consumer then earlier with affordable tariff. This paper introduces the electrical power theft controlling mechanism.
Keywords: Electricity Theft, Direct Hooking, Silicon Rubber Pipes,
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018,
Pages: 739 - 741