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Domestic Electricity LT Tariff Slabs and Rates for all states in India in 2013

By on August 2, 2014

As the electricity tariff rates keep changing every year, we at Bijli Bachao thought that it will be very useful for our readers to know about the latest tariff slabs and rates applicable for 2013. So we do our research for all the states in India regularly and publish a table that lists all the latest tariff slabs and rates applicable for LT (Low Tension) domestic customers in urban centers in India. As the tariffs change, we update them in the list. Please note that these do not apply to commercial, rural or HT connections. Also note that the slabs are not the only constituent of an electricity bill, and there are several other components that make up the electricity bill. You can use our calculator at link to calculate and evaluate your electricity bill.

State Condition Slab Low Slab High Rate (in Rs)
Andhra Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 30th March 2013) Upto 50 units a month 1 50 1.45
More than 50 units a month 1 50 2.6
51 100 3.25
101 150 4.88
151 200 5.63
201 250 6.38
251 300 6.88
301 400 7.38
401 500 7.88
500 above 8.38
Arunachal Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 30th May 2013) 1 above 4.0
Assam (As per tariff order dated 16th May 2011, Multi Year Tariff) for connected load upto 5 KW 1 120 3.25
121 240 4.3
241 above 5
for connected load more than 5 KW 1 above 4.6
Bihar (As per tariff order dated 15th March 2013)

    Single Phase with connected load between 2 kW and 7 kW

&

Three Phase with connected load more than 5 kW

1 100 2.85
101 200 3.5
201 300 4.2
301 above 5.3
 Single Phase with connected load less than 2 kW  1  50 2.0
51 100 2.3
101 above 2.7
Chattisgarh (As per tariff order dated 5th May 2012) 1 100 2.1
101 200 2.4
201 500 3.4
501 above 5.85
Goa  (As per tariff order dated 31st March 2013) 1 60 1.2
61 250 1.6
251 500 2.6
501 above 3.0
Gujarat (As per tariff order dated 16th April 2013) For Gujarat Dakshin and Pashchim 1 50 3.15
51 100 3.6
101 250 4.25
251 above 5.2
 For Gujarat Madhya and Uttar  1  50 2.75
51 100 3.20
101 250 3.85
251 above 4.9
Gujarat-Torrent-Ahd (As per tariff order dated 16th April 2013) 1 50 3.2
51 200 3.75
201 above 4.55
Gujarat-Torrent-Surat  (As per tariff order dated 16th April 2013) 1 50 3.2
51 100 3.5
101 250 4.05
251 above 4.7
 
Haryana (Applicable from 1st April 2013) Total Consumption Less Than 100 units a month 0 40 2.98
41 100 4.75
Total Consumption Between 100 and 800 units a month 0 250 4.90
251 500 5.6
501 800 5.98
Total Consumption More Than 800 units a month 0 above 5.98
Himachal Pradesh  (As per tariff order dated 31st March 2013) 1 125 1.30
126 250 2.70
251 above 3.95
Jammu and Kashmir (As per tariff order dated 25th April 2013) 1 100 1.54
101 200 2.00
201 400 3.00
401 above 3.20
Jharkhand (As per tariff order dated 1st Aug 2012) for load upto 4 KW 1 200 2.4
201 above 2.9
for load more than 4 KW 1 above 3.0
Karnataka (As per tariff order approved on 6th May 2013) 1 30 2.5
31 100 3.7
101 200 4.85
201 above 5.85
Kerala (Applicable from 1st July 2012) 1 40 1.5
41 80 2.4
81 120 2.9
121 150 3.6
151 200 4.8
201 300 6.0
301 500 7.5
501 above 6.5 (all units)
Madhya Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 23rd Mar 2013) 1 50 3.4
51 100 3.85
101 300 4.8
301 500 5.2
501 above 5.5
Maharashtra (Applicable from 1st Aug 2012) 1 100 3.36
101 300 6.05
301 500 7.92
501 1000 8.78
1001 above 9.5
Mumbai-Reliance (Approved by MERC on 22nd Aug 2013)     Includes Regulatory Asset Charges 1 100 2.71
101 300 5.62
301 500 7.90
501 above 10.75
Mumbai-Tata (Multi Year Tariff approved by MERC on 28th June 2013) Additional charges of Rs 1.87 per unit as wheeling charges for customers who moved from Reliance to Tata Power. 1 100 0.26
101 300 1.85
301 500 4.38
501 above 5.91
Mumbai-BEST (As per tariff order dated 1st June 2012) 1 100 2.61
101 300 4.84
301 500 6.8
501 above 8.71
Manipur (As per tariff order dated 15th March 2011) 1 100 2.2
101 200 2.7
201 above 3.2
Meghalaya  (As per tariff order dated 30th Mar 2013) 1 100 2.60
101 200 3.00
201 above 3.75
Mizoram (As per tariff order dated 25th July 2012) 1 50 1.7
51 100 2.1
101 200 2.8
201 above 3.9
Nagaland (As per tariff order dated 19th December 2012) 1 30 3.1
31 100 4.15
101 250 4.75
251 above 5.5
Delhi  (As per tariff order dated July 2013) 0 200 3.9
201 400 5.8
401 800 6.8
801 above 7.0
Odisha (As per tariff order dated 20th March 2013) 1 50 2.3
51 200 4.0
201 400 5.0
401 above 5.4
Punjab (As per tariff order dated 10th April 2013) 1 100 4.56
101 300 6.02
301 above 6.44
Rajasthan (As per tariff order dated 6th June 2013) 1 50 3
51 150 4.65
151 300 4.85
301 500 5.15
501 above 5.45
Sikkim (As per tariff order dated 22nd May 2012) 1 50 1.1
51 100 2.25
101 200 3.45
201 400 4.15
401 above 4.40

Tamil Nadu  (Bimonthly Total

Units)  (As per tariff ordser dated 20th June 2013)

for units less than 100 1 100 1.0
for units less than 200 1 200 1.5
for units less than 500 1 200 2
201 500 3
for units more than 500 1 200 3
201 500 4
501 above 5.75
Tripura (As per tariff order dated 2nd April 2012) Single Phase Supply (less than 3 kW Connected load) 1 50 2.4
51 150 3.4
151 300 4.34
301 above 5.14
Three Phase Supply (more than 3 kW Connected load) 1 above 5.09
Uttar Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 31st May 2013) 1 200 4.00
201 500 4.50
501 above 5.00
Uttarakhand (As per tariff order dated 6th May 2013) 1 100 2.3
101 200 2.7
201 400 3.35
401 above 3.5
West Bengal (As per tariff order dated 1st December 2012)       Quarterly Total Units 1 75 4.46
76 150 5.03
151 300 5.86
301 450 6.4
451 900 6.6
901 above 8.10
West Bengal-Kolkata- CESC (As per tariff order dated 1st Dec 2012) 1 25 4.12
26 60 4.56
61 100 5.53
101 150 6.28
151 300 6.41
301 above 7.95
Chandigarh (As per tariff order dated 15th Apr 2013)   Monthly Units 1 150 2.3
151 400 4.2
401 above 4.4

Source: Latest tariff orders from websites of various state electricity regulatory commissions in India.

This information is gathered through our research and in case you need any clarifications or have any feedback you can reach out to us at feedback@bijlibachao.com.


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There Are 26 Comments

  1. chinmoy says:

    can i use any other state electricity in kolkata for domestic purpose other than cesc?

  2. Md . Noorulaine Noorie says:

    what is electricity tariff in school of Bihar ?

  3. Pratik Desai says:

    I want to know that in gujarat we get 24×7 electricity..so are there any other states in India which get same?and is in gujarat electricity price is higher than other states?which state has most price per unit nd which one has the least?

    • Abhishek Jain says:

      Not sure about the whole states but there are several places in the country that get 24×7 electricity. Places like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai do get 24×7 power supply. You can check this link to evaluate who has more expensive power: https://www.bijlibachao.com/infographics/aam-aadmi-s-electricity-bill-on-july-2013.html

      Regards,
      Abhishek

    • Amit Prajapati says:

      Dear Pratik, i have visited Utranchal and aandhara pradesh, there i found NO 24 X 7 electricity.

  4. Ramki says:

    Thank you for providing rates of all states at one place. There is a small correction:

    There is a condition for Andhra Pradesh: monthly consumption more than 100 and upto 200 units –
    First 50 units 2.6
    51-100 units 2.6
    101-150 units 3.6
    151-200 units 3.6

    The rates you have given are correct for monthly consumption more than 200 units.

    Thanks,
    Ramki

  5. Meera says:

    which is the best state in india in terms of electricity supply and tariff ?

  6. kushal mehta says:

    how to deside unit when our home is close?

    • Abhishek Jain says:

      Hello Mr Mehta,

      I could not understand your question. Can you please provide more details?

      Regards,
      Abhishek

  7. Arijeet Jhawar says:

    What shall be the tariff rates for industrial units in west bengal

  8. sukhraj bajwa says:

    What is electricity tariff in punjab residential

  9. afjal kauser says:

    sir i want to know that in the case of new electricity connection in up(ghaziabad) how many time after i will get my first electricity bill. and if i dont get it in time what options i have against the electric billing department

    • Abhishek Jain says:

      Hi Afjal,

      The billing should be monthly or bi-monthly. So you should get a bill is maximum of 2 months of starting a connection. If you have not got it, you should contact Pashchimanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd helpline (details on this link: http://pvvnlhelpline.com/).

      If you are not getting satisfactory responses, you can also log a customer grievance at PVVNL grievance cell (details on: http://www.pvvnl.org/consumer_grievances.html).

      Hope this helps.

      Regards,
      Abhishek

  10. Tarun Jain says:

    please reply abi ja

  11. Tarun Jain says:

    what r electricity rates for schools in punjab?

    • Abhishek Jain says:

      Hello Mr Tarun,

      I could not find any separate tariff for educational institutions in Punjab Tariff Order. For non-Residential supply the tariff is Rs 6.45 for first 100 units and Rs 6.58 for the rest.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards,
      Abhishek

  12. paras says:

    punjab is very expensive in electricity

  13. Vishal Guleria says:

    For himachal it does not take into account the Govt. provided subsidy. After subsidy the charges are as below :

    0-125 : 1.30
    126-250 : 2.70
    Above 250 : 3.95

  14. Ravindra Agrawal says:

    Delhi main bijlee compnion ko loot kee chhut hai.

    • Abhishek Jain says:

      Hello Mr Agrawal,

      You can have a look at this infographic to find where Delhi stands in terms of tariffs:

      https://www.bijlibachao.com/Infographics/aam-aadmi-s-electricity-bill-on-july-2013.html

      Regards,
      Abhishek

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