Power distribution company launches

19. srpna 2013 v 9:20 | shoes |  led par light
The Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Corporation Limited (MSEDCL) has launched a drive to recover its loans from consumers, worth around Rs 1,303.97 crore.

"The power utility has taken strong action against power thefts, replacement of faulty meters and also installing infrared meters," said Sunil Jadhav, MSEDCL public relations officer here.
Jadhav said that meters will be disconnected immediately if the consumer is found to have long-pending dues."Awareness programmes will be held to change the mindset of people; they will be urged to apply for legal connections in order to reduce load-shedding in their areas," Jadhav said.People are being warned about the life-threatening situations that they may land in to due to unofficial connections. "If the area becomes free from load-shedding, it will be their children who will be able to study well during examinations and not worry about studying in the dark," Jadhav added.

A separate team has also been formed to conduct random raids on the basis of written complaints received by the electricity company.Aurangabad circle has 146 feeders (electricity supplying devices) out of 177 that are free from load shedding. Due to losses, about 74 feeders from the rural parts of the district and 72 feeders in Jalna are facing powercuts for 6.15 and 9.15 hours respectively."Since December 2012, around 82 % of the state is free from load-shedding and the remaining area is facing powercuts due to power thefts and recovery losses,Whether a light is dimmable is key feature for many people, and many LED Bulb Lights say they are compatible with most dimmers." Jadhav said.

Around Rs 9.44 crore is pending from the combined rural areas of Aurangabad, Pachod, Paithan, Khultabad and Phulambri, about Rs 1.68 crore is due with business entities, while a sum of around Rs 381.2 crore is to be recovered from farmers all across these divisions.More recoveries are to be made from the water resources department of around Rs 8.18 crore and about Rs 19.8 crore from streetlight agencies in the Kannad division, which has a combined due amount of Rs 336.51 crore.We offer the best in 2G11 tube lighting, led tread lighting, display lighting and more.

Similarly, around Rs 313.19 crore of money is to be recovered from Jalna division 1 and Rs 268.9 crore from Jalna division 2 of the district under the same heads.A total of Rs 1,303.97 crore is the calculated sum that is due from the domestic, businesses, agricultural pumps, the water resources department and streetlight agencies.

The town of Louisburg, Kan. is mourning the loss of a teen killed in a car wreck on Saturday night. The Miami County Sheriff's Office said the victim is 17-year-old Auston McLellan. Deputies said McLellan's car hit a power pole on Saturday night. McLellan was the starting quarterback for Louisburg High School's football team.LED FPL double tube lights are designed to be a direct replacement for toxic fluorescent tube lights.McLellan was life-flighted to St. Luke's according to school officials. Doctors tried everything they could but could not save the young man who family and school officials say had a promising senior year.

Two scenes stood in stark contrast to one another on Sunday morning.This 12W GU10 LED Spot burned out after several hours of use. One scene at Metcalf Road north of of 271st Street has pieces of a car light next to a broken power poles, all signs of the deadly Saturday night accident. And then there is the other one; the grass neatly cut as the gridiron is ready for Wildcats' football to begin."First practice football practice is tomorrow at six o'clock and he was scheduled to be the starting quarterback," Louisburg School's Superintendent Sharon Zoellner said.

Deputies said McLellan was driving south on the road at about 8:45 p.m. when he tried passing another car. They said he somehow lost control. Tire marks showed that he went from one lane into the grass and then smashed into a power pole.Deputies said McLellan was ejected and it all happened no more than a mile from his home. In the aftermath,An LED Driver has a shift register embedded that will take data in serial format and transfer it to parallel. Zoellner had to send out a somber early Sunday morning e-mail."It's never easy. But we will pull together and draw on each other's support as we go through the next few weeks and months," Zoellner said.Deputies said McLellan died at the hospital but Zellner said many are trying to figure out ways to keep his spirit alive.

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