Kenya Power has denied reports of expanding clients’ power bills.

The supposed expansion was first detailed by the Business Day to day paper on Monday, in light of a report by the Examiner General after a legal survey of the country’s power age, transmission and conveyance.

As per the report, the service organization has been cheating clients by up to 20 percent for the power they didn’t utilize. The additional charges are not discernible in its charging framework.

Through a proclamation on Tuesday, Kenya Power denied the claims and named the paper report as misdirecting and non-genuine.

The organization said all its power bills are figured in light of client utilization of the contrast between the ongoing meter perusing and the earlier month’s perusing.

“The endorsed base duties, exacts and burdens are then applied to the utilization to register the client’s month to month bill,” said the utility.

The report raised worry over the error of framework misfortunes credited to the utilization of obsolete review reports, fractional reenactments and arithmetical mistakes, to which Kenya Influence said some influence framework misfortunes were permitted in taxes.

“Part of force framework misfortunes are inescapable during transmission and dissemination of influence; consequently, the controller sets a limit for the passable framework misfortunes that is figured in the duty,” said the organization.

Kenya Power said the Energy and Oil Administrative Power (EPRA) has permitted framework misfortunes up to 18.5% in the ongoing monetary year, adding that it meets the expense of framework misfortunes caused above what is permitted.

“Every month, the controller checks and confirms that Kenya Power charges clients in light of the supported rates,” the organization said.

The report likewise guaranteed that Kenya Power recorded 23.98 percent framework misfortunes in 2020/2021 yet the supported misfortune was 19%, while in 2021/2022, the framework misfortune was 22.44 percent against the endorsed proficiency deficiency of 19%.

Further, the utility denied charges that just 38 of the 96 age plants providing it with power had reinforcement meters, otherwise called actually look at meters.

It kept up with that it has 100 conveyance focuses from 58 power providers it purchases power through, which have been all confirmed to have both principal and really take a look at meters.

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