Electricity Saving Tips For Homes And Offices

Online Electricity Bill Calculator – For all states in India

By on October 9, 2017

For most of us, electricity bill is needed just to check the final amount and make the payment. We at Bijli Bachao asked a lot of our acquaintances about how much they understand their electricity bills, and we found hardly a handful who did understand it. And in spite of understanding the bills, not many knew how much they are spending per unit (or 1 kWh) of electricity.


It is very important to know the per-unit cost of electricity as it helps us in understanding how much we are spending per appliance at our home. It is important to understand the monetary impact of any electricity efficiency measure we take. It is also important to understand various components of electricity bills and what is their contribution to the total electricity bill. In a bid to help people understand the same, we have created this online electricity bill calculator that will help people understand how much they spend on various appliances every month and how they can save by doing various activities. Please make sure that you read about the calculator below before using it.

 

Please note that this tool currently works only for domestic tariffs.

Enter the information below from your electricity bill


Links to check latest per unit electricity rates in various states in India

Click on this link: Domestic Electricity LT Tariff Slabs and Rates for all states in India in 2014

Steps to use the tool:

1) Select Utility: Once you login, the first thing you need to do is select utility. Select your state, district and utility and the system saves your information for the user session automatically.

2) Enter Units: Enter this value as shown on your electricity bill. This shows up as units consumed.

3) Select Phase: Select if you have a three phase connection or single phase connection. This information is also available on the electricity bill.

4) Connected Load: It is decided by the utility based on appliances you have at your home, please see our article on connected load to get more details.. It is also mentioned as sanctioned load, load, connected load, or approved load. If the load mentioned is in Watts (it is a number is 100s or 1000s) then divide it by 1000 and enter it.

This calculator will help you:

1) Understand various components of your electricity bills.

2) Understand how much you are paying per unit (1 kWh) of electricity bill.

3) Understand how much you spend on various appliances like lights , air conditioner , refrigerator ,  tubelight , computer , set top box , fan , etc. Please note that we have taken approximate usage of these appliances based on how it is used normally in houses. Actual amount may vary as per your use. The values are just a representation.

4) Understand savings if you switch from inefficient to efficient appliances. Even these values are approximation based on general usage. We are in process of building tools to help you get to better values as per your consumption in future.

The tool has been built with latest tariff data available from all the state electricity boards in India and has maximum information as available on internet and through our contacts who helped us with sample electricity bills from various states. Certain values have been rounded to have better readability and so it may not match exactly to your electricity bills but will be very close.

The tool covers following bill components:

1) Energy Charge: This is the per unit electricity charge that you pay on your bill. It is mostly defined slab wise and the cost increases as units on electricity bill increases.

2) Fixed Charge: This is mostly dependent on the connected load that the utility provides you. Connected load is typically calculated as sum of wattage of all the appliances that you have at your home. The utility allocates this much amount of electricity for your home and that is why the fixed charge is applicable.

3) Electricity Duty & Tax: This is the government tax for using electricity. Duty is applicable per unit of electricity consumption and tax is applied on the whole bill amount.

4) Meter Rent: Rent that you pay for having meter at your home. Rates are different for single phase and three phase connections.

5) Wheeling Charge: The tool also helps you find out how your bill gets impacted if you move from Reliance Energy to Tata Power in Mumbai. Wheeling charges are applicable for the switchover.

6) Minimum Monthly Charges: In some states if the consumption is less than a certain amount, minimum monthly charges are applicable, which means that the bill amount cannot be less than minimum monthly charges.

The tool does not cover following elements:

1) FAC (Fuel adjustment charge) or FCA (fuel cost adjustment) or FPPCA (Fuel and Power Purchase Cost Adjustment): This is the amount which utilities apply on bills based on varying price of fuel or Coal. Every month this value is different and is derived based on the current cost of Coal. Typically this a few paise per unit.

2) Arrears/Interest and Other Charges: If your electricity bill has old payment pending and interest on the same, or any other charges, then those will not match from the output of the tool to your electricity bill.

Check this video to make it easier to understand basic terms used for Electricity:

 

 

Also check this video that can help you understand how many units your appliances are consuming:

 

 

The tool currently in beta stage works only for:

domestic LT (Low Transmission) connections with a connected load between 0 and 20 kW and has been validated for following states: Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, New Delhi , Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. It also contains information for following states but has not been validated: Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Sikkim, Tripura and West Bengal.


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1

Bijli bill dekna hai

2

We use two ceiling fans for 20 hours one fridge 1000 litre for 24 hours 4 led for 8 hours 1 A.C. split of 1.5 tonne 3 star for 10 hours approx bill

3

rising electricity costs is eating up our bills incessantly. Our only hope is now into solar panels and wind mills. luckily it has been observed that prices of solar panels have been reducing down the line. plus the price of wind mill generators. Another factor which needs more attention is the efficiency of the electrical equipments we use, slowly and steadily they are becomming energy efficient and can help in power saving. We need to tackle the issue from all the sides possible. Tesla and his firewall, window solar cells and longer lasting batteries maybe just a small solution to the porblems we may face. The demand for electricity is slowly and steadily rising with increase in the price too. Why do we need to bear the cost from out own pockets, ofocurse we cannot build a nuclear reactor or geothermal plant, but yes we start saving from out own house hold items from today iteself..

4

Sir I want to open a small farm where according to my calculation my equipments will consume 1.6 lakh watts/hr. So should I use single phase system or a three phase system? Sir I live in Purulia, West Bengal and electricity provider is WBSEDC. I think I will also require a separate transformer, will the transformer be provided by the board or I have to install it of my own?? And what could be my electricity cost??

5
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

1.6 lakh watt is equal to 160 kW. For that much power you must go for three phase connection. Any connection beyond 7.5 kW is 3 phase. You will require a separate transformer for that. Check with WBSEDC customer care, they should be able to help you with the procedure for the same.

6

I want to know that the elect slab tariff, like 1st 102 unit @ 5.30/-, 2nd 78 units @ 5.97/- .... This is for on the based of consumption per month or on the based of consumption per 3 months in West bengal state elect board. What is the exact rule?

7
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

In this calculator, for West Bengal the billing is taken to be quarterly. So this is for 3 months consumption.

8

My meter is showing 1.25 units increase when only one 100 watt lamp glows for 10 hrs. Also elect bill is coming higher side. But I checked meter is not running with zero load. How can I confirm the meter is over running?

9
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You should submit a request with your electricity distribution company to get your meter tested. You can just get a vague idea by switching off your appliances and run a single one to measure the power consumption. Instead of a bulb, try using something that consumes more power like a pump or an Air Conditioner. That way you can get an idea faster. But then again that is not the most accuarate measurement. A certified lab can do the most accurate tests.

10

I want to know how to calculate electric bill

11

sir,mere ghar pr meter nhi h average bill ata h dainik oshat 106.23 ati h or 13.23 unit bani hui h or present riding 3250 h y m.p. ka bill h please shotout my problem y bill sahi h kya

12
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Aapke ghar par meter hona to bahut zaroori hai .. bina meter ke billing kaise ho rahi hai? aapko bijli vibhaag ke paas jaa kar meter lagane ki request daalni chahiye. Bina meter ke to kuch bhi sahi nahin ho sakta hai.

13

13.23 parday unit h

14

Siwan me per unit Bijli bill kya hai kitna unit per rate badhta hai

Author15

Aap saare states ke rate hamari website ke is link par dekh sakte hain: http://bgli.in/ju2Y7

16

Fix charge rates of uttar haryan bijli nigam in industry

17

सर
इंडस्ट्रीज में फिक्स चार्ज के क्या रेट है किलोवाट में और यह फिक्स चार्ज कैसे निकाला जाता है

18
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

बिजली बचाओ वेबसाइट पर हम इंडस्ट्रीज पर focus नहीं करते हैं और इसी लिए हमने इंडस्ट्रीज का डाटा निकाल कर analyze नहीं किया है।

19

Unit per domestic area in punjab

20

Crossed 100 units how to calculate

21
Judhisthir Mohapatra

elect.

22

sir
mai ek gramin ka rahne wala hu mere yha hamesha bijli ki problem bani rahti hai yha ka jo J.I. hai wo kisi ki nhi sunta chahe wo chife ministar kahe na ho jada koi kahta hai to kisika bhi phone hi nhi udhayega samne mile to kahega yaha nhi office ana aur jab office jawo to kahta hai ki abhi mere pass time nhi hai kahte kal ana ab batawo ki kha jaye koi
samasya yah hai ki hamare yha ek transformar hai 25 kb ka aur conection jada ho gye hai isse aye din kharab ho jata hai bina paise liye koi kuch nhi karta jab phone kro to sunta bhi nhi hai

23
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

aap kaun se state se hain? Aur aapki bijli vitaran company kaun si hai?

24

How do you calculate Regulatory Surcharge and Energy Tax in Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd. , Lucknow, U.P. ?

25

192000013336

26

Hi Abhishek, Thanks a lot for coming up with such an amazing website, You are really helping the environment a lot, I bow down to your efforts. I read lots of articles on your website in past few days and amazed that we knows very less about saving electricity and always go for cheaper product which can be more costly in long run. I have recently bought a new 3 BHK flat and going to buy all new appliances for it. I need your help to estimate my monthly electricity budget and verify if I have selected correct appliances as far as electricity savings is concerned.
City: Gurugram, Haryana
Apt Size: 1725 SqFt
Living (15 x 12 = 180 SqFt): One 1.5 Ton AC (Diakin JTKM50SRV16 ); One Superfan V1; One 50" LED TV; Lights (Six 9 Watt LED's)
Dining (13 x 16 = 208 SqFt): One 345 Letar Refrigerator (SAMSUNG RT37M3445S8/H); One Superfan V1; Lights (Ten 9 Watt LED's)
Master Bed (15 x 11 = 165 SqFt): One 1.5 Ton AC (Diakin JTKM50SRV16 ); One Superfan V1; One 40" LED TV; Lights (Six 9 Watt LED's)
Bed 2 (13 x 10 = 130 SqFt): One 1 Ton AC (Diakin JTKM35SRV16); One Superfan V1; One 32" LED TV; Lights (Six 9 Watt LED's)
Bed 3 (13 x 10 = 130 SqFt): One 1 Ton AC (Diakin JTKM35SRV16); One Superfan V1; One 32" LED TV; Lights (Six 9 Watt LED's)
Three Bathroom: Three Reconnect RHWHE1502 Geyser; Lights (Six 9 Watt LED's); 3 Exaust Fan (Not Sure which one to buy, Please suggest)
Kitchen: One Instant Geyser; One Chimney; One Microwave; Lights (Six 9 Watt LED's)
Four Balcony: Four small fan (Not Sure which one to buy, Please suggest); Lights (Four 9 Watt LED's)

27
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Amit,

The appliances that you have chosen are fantastic. Just make sure that the environment is not corrosive near your house (typically people in Noida face a lot of corrossion issues). In case of corrosion, inverter ACs can give problems. I have heard issues from Noida but not from Gurugram, but just make sure that it is not the case. Otherwise everything looks fantastic. Currently there i no energy efficient brand for exhaust and small fans, but Atomberg (another good company for energy efficient Gorilla fans) is coming out with options soon. But otherwise, everything looks fantastic.

Also it would be difficult to tell monthly electricity bills because it will depend on your usage. Just like one cannot tell monthly fuel usage just by knowing a car's fuel efficiency, it will not be possible for me to tell electricity consumption just based on wattage. It will all depend on your usage. All I can say is that 100 Watts when used for 10 hours consume 100x10 = 1000 Wh or 1 unit of electricity. And then it will depend on the cost of unit of electricity in your house to estimate monthly electricity bill.

28

Thanks a lot Abhishek for quick reply. I must say your website is awesome and giving people a totally new perspective of choosing appliances. Thanks for the great work.

29
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Thanks! I am glad that you liked the website.

30
V SRINIVASA REDDY

What is the Electric Tax? The % of tax caliculated on energy charges?

31
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Usually tax is calculated on sum of all the charges (fixed, energy and fuel surcharge). It varies from state to state.

32
V SRINIVASA REDDY

Sorry, Energy Tax

33

undu Khan
Dear sir/madam,
I would like to know about my total power consumption per month if I have using these home appliances mention below.
1. Ceiling Fan full size- 20 hours/Day
2. CFL 35WATT-15 HOUR/DAY
3. Induction 1300WATT -1HR A DAY
I live in bangalore

34
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Here is your calculation:

ApplianceCountWattageTotal WattageHoursTotal Wh
Fan19090201800
CFL1353515525
Induction Cooker11300130011300
    Total3625
    Units per day3.625
    Units per month108.75

I hope it helps.

35

Dear sir/madam,
I would like to know about my total power consumption per month if I have using these home appliances mention below.
1. One Air Cooler-single pad(full size) 15 hours/Day.
2. Ceiling Fan full size- 20 hours/Day
3. Water Pump(740kw)- 2 hour/day
4. CFL 35WATT-15 HOUR/DAY
5. 42"TV- 15hour/day
6. 390 liter double door Refrigerator-24 hours/day

36
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Here is your calculation:

ApplianceCountWattageTotal WattageHoursTotal Wh
Cooler1400400156000
Fan19090201800
Pump174074021480
CFL1353515525
TV18080151200
Refrigerator1350350243000
    Total14005

Total look about 14000 Wh or 14 units a day.

37

Sir plz let me know is there any rates like 7rs per unit in Chandigarh electricity board.

38
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

You can check page no 132 of this document: http://jercuts.gov.in/writereaddata/UploadFile/FINALCED_1183.pdf .... the max tariff for home is Rs 5 per unit. But it may go to Rs 7 including taxes, duty etc.

39

tell me Sir what is Current tarif rate of Rural Area , Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd. uttar Pradesh

40

Dear ,
tell me ,
i am asking becasue in Your portal is not updated so what is Current tariff rate of Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd Rural Area,

41

Bil incorrect

42

Sir Namaste what is meaning of SDL AEH IN RRNO.

43
S.Vallinayagam

I live in M 1007, KDP Grand Savanna, Raj Nagar Extension, Ghaziabad, a multistory apartment.

The electricity bill given by my Appt. Owner Association shows FC for mains at Rs.484.22 and Energy Charges of Rs. 1927.18 [for 344 units of Mains] totaling to Rs. 2446.87/-

Where as the FC + energy charges + Regul. Surcharge + Energy Tax calculated by this software of yours is Rs. 2221/-.

The bill of KDP AOA shows Billing Type as kWh. The mains tariff is shown as Rs. 5.77 and FC for mains as Rs.15.62/- FC others as Rs. 75.62/-. The apartment has single point connection, a franchisee of PVVNL.

Please explain the the reason for the discrepancy.

Moreover the maintenance charges are also collected through the prepaid electricity meter, contrary to the tariff order and electricity is cut off if the maintenance is not paid.

44

Dear Team
My account no, is Bill Accouny no, is 761617226037
and bill no,20176761617226
I got bill on 8 april 2017 but it was wrongly updated So i went to nearest power office , they updated my Bill and payable amount was Rs. 5588 and Meter reading was 4134 .
and i got next bill in 20 June 2017 that time meter reading was 5038
previous Meter Unit 4134
and present MU 5038
and bill was made for 904 Unit and Amount Rs 3786
so including tax Rs, 3861
Now total amount should be paid only 3861+5588 =RS,9449
but it is showing total; Amount =Rs10917
which was paid , Amount =Rs10917
So please give me clarification and send detail,
and adjust to next Bill ,

Warm and regards
Javed khan
+91 7053339561
Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd. uttar Pradesh

45
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hello Mr Khan,

You will have to raise a complaint with Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd. .... This is not a Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd. website.

46

Hi ,in my home having 1 tv,3 fan,1fridge(5star),2 led tube,1 home theater,2 led bulb.in 3 months landlord is asking for 2800 /-,is it correct

47

Hey i am trying to figure out how to calculate the price for my Edcom units i know what the total units are and what the price is. The total units are 68880 and the price is total ED (Rs.) 124132.97. But i am trying to understand how it came to that price.
any info will be very helpful
thanks.

48

Mmg fdet7

49

Sir mera bill 4020/- aaya hai MAHAVitran ka 15 days ka mujhe ye janna hai ki agr front load washing machine use karte hai to 30 min. mai kitna unit use hota hai.

50
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Front load washing machine ko 30 mins mein 0.5 - 1 unit se zyada nahin lena chahiye.

51

sir dakshinanchal vidhyut bill chek kese karte hai pls mujhe btao

52

Hello Abhishek,
How do i know the sanctioned/approved/connected load for my domestic electricity bill in SAS Nagar (Mohali) PUNJAB?

53
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

It should be written on your electricity bill.

54

Thanks, Abhishek. It's 5.8 KW

55

I have bluestar 5cnhw18dafu
Its outdoor fan turns on and off automatically at a time interval
Its normal??
Because i heard inverter acs compressor runs continuously

56
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

If the compressor is turning off then it is not normal. But fan is different from compressor.

57

No sounds comes from outdoor unit during the fan is off and indoor temperature during this time is also moe or uncomfortable

58
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Manish,

If there is no sound in the outdoor unit then it is not normal. Especially if it is getting uncomfortable then it is not normal. Inverter ACs have compressor that runs continuously and the temperature should remain comfortable. You should raise it up with Blue star.

59

Dealer and mechanic both told me i cant run inverter ac continuously at 28 they adviced me to operate on 24

60
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

There is no harm to the AC if the compressor shuts off. So I would not say that you should change the temperature to 24 just because you want to run AC continuously. But yes the compressor will run continuously if the outdoor temperature is 28 and you keep thermostat setting to 24. But it will run continuously only if the outdoor temperature is high (say 32) and you keep it at 28.

61

Technician said that outdoor cutsoff automatically due i set temp on 28 or 27 because its high

I m not satisfied with these explanation plzz help ....they r right or not???

62
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Well inverter ACs run their compressor at a speed which is bare minimum to remove the heat that is coming in the room. If there is no difference between outdoor temperature and indoor temperature setting then compressor will not run.

So if the outdoor temperature is 28 and you keep the thermostat setting to 28, then there is no work for the AC to do. There is no heat to be removed then there is no point in running the compressor. In the monsoon season the outside temperature is low and thus it is highly likely that there is no heat to be removed from the room and in such case it is possible that the compressor will not run.

63

Yesterday night i operate it on 25degree then cmpressor not stops but it consumes 5 unit / 7 hrs 4 persons in room
It's expensive to a 5* inverter ac
Outer temperature is 34 but its compressor shuts off when thermostat sets on 28 and on 25 its costly

64
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

If outdoor temperature is 34 then compressor should not stop at 28. And it should not consume 5 units in 7 hrs at temperature of 25 as well. Something is wrong with the installation of the AC.

65

Today day time i operate it on 25 for 6 hrs it consumes 6 unit no other appliances are on during this ..
Its compressor also shuts off at 28 degree is another problem
Todays outer atmospheric temp is 35 degree
I hav complained these issues 3-4 times they come and checked and told me there is nothing wrong with ac or installation
Plzz can u suggest the expected faults in my ac ??
And what can i do now??

66
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Manish,

I hope I could have helped you but there is nothing that I can do remotely. All I can say is that from whatever you are saying, the AC is not working perfectly. 6 units for 6 hours is a lot for inverter AC.

67

One of my frnd told this problem is due to i hv an oversized ac 1.5 ton my room dimensions r width 12ft length 10ft and height 10 feet with only roof exposed

68
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Depends on your city. If you are in Mumbai (or any coastal city) then 1.5 ton is a bit oversized. But in cities that are hot (like Delhi), it would not be too oversized.

69

Technician told me its normal

70
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

it is not normal.

71

Does inverter ac have the on off cycle?

72
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

No they do not have on off cycle.

73

Hii abhishek

Technician told me if u operate it above 23 degree its compressor cuts off even outer atmospheric temp is 35degree
As per their advice i operate it on 22 then compressor doesn't cuts off
Their explanation is valid or not

74
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

The explanation is not valid. I also have an inverter AC in my room in Mumbai. Outside temperature remains about 34 in summers and we keep it at 26-27 and the compressor does run. It does not cut off.

75

We consumed 200 Units this month. still no clue how we consumed 200 Units. We 2 people in house and we have 1 TV connected with TATA SKY HD setup box it will run almost 15 hours per day .and 1 water Geyser,and general house holding items.

76
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

200 units in 30 days is about 6-7 units a day. TV for 15 hrs would consume max 1.5 units (assuming you have LED TV). Geyser would consume another 1-1.5 units (assuming you do not leave it on the whole day). The rest would be for other appliances. You will have to check for any heating or cooling appliance. Check your fans, refrigerators, etc.

77

This calculator for me is off by 600 rupees for some reason. Because this month, electricity bill for us was 4960. And our units consumed says 516 on the bill. But this calculator calculates 5561 for the same number of units.

78
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

The calculator does not include Fuel Adjustment Charge. This charge usually changes every month.

79

Okay, thanks for the response. I had another question. I have a 9 year old Window AC. What is the standby power consumption when only the device is turned off from remote control but not the switch where it is plugged? thanks.

80
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Standby power consumption of window AC would be about 4-5 watts.

81

Good, that's not too high compared to what it runs on. Thank you sir.

82

Hi All

i have Question regarding billing cycle,i read somewhere that electrical billing coming monthly also so why we get generally billing of 2 month ? b"coz" if bill come every 2 month unit total are increase and also we paid more for that lika after 150 unit 200 unit & more unit Charge are different. can we apply for monthly billing cycle ??

83
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

It varies from state to state. The state electricity regulatory commission decides on the billing cycle. I would suggest that you talk to the customer care of your electricity distribution company to see if monthly billing cycle is available.

84
Somenath Banerjee

In the table "money you spend on appliances per month" the spending hour for each appliances is not given.
Can you please tell me based on how many hour of consumption (perday/per month) tha table is generated?
I will remain grateful if you answer my query.
Thanks and Regards.

85
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Here is the assumption:

Incandescent Bulb 8 hrs/day/year
CFL Bulb 8 hrs/day/year
Tube Light (old) 8 hrs/day/year
T5 Tube Light 8 hrs/day/year
Digital Set top Box (normal) 24 hrs/day/year
HD DVR Set top Box 24 hrs/day/year
Computer (Desktop old) 8 hrs/day/year
Computer (Laptop) 8 hrs/day/year
Air Conditioner (1 ton inefficient) 8 hrs/day/5 months/year
Air Conditioner (1 ton 5-star) 8 hrs/day/5 months/year
Refrigerator (200 Lts inefficient) 24 hrs/day/year
Refrigerator (200 Lts 5 star) 24 hrs/day/year
Fan (old inefficient) 16 hrs/day/year
Fan (new energy efficient) 16 hrs/day/year

86
Pushpendra Singh

I have a single phase domestic meter

87

My Bill unit is 667 .
Then i want to know
How will be my total bill for 667 unit?

88

Hello I am from Bihar from Patna .I am using one tonne AC 4led light ,3celing fan washing machine in a week. Will you clearly me my uses of electricity.

89
Jamal nabi khan

I am staying in Western U.P and using the following appliances; 2AC's of 1.5 tonne each, 5 LED's, 5 Ceiling fans, 1 submercible pump 1Washing machine and a microwave. The load sanctioned to me is 2KW .Is it enough orshall i increase my load ?Please advise.

90
Abhishek Jain (Mod)

2 kW is less. It should be at least 4-5 kW. Your electricity bill should show maximum demand for your home.

91

I have a single phase domestic meter of BRPL , New Delhi with a sanctioned load of 8 KW. As per tariff structure, Fixed Charge should be Rs.25/ kw/ month. But in actual bill the amount under col. A (Fixed Charge) always shows much higher amount. I also dont understand the "other charges", which is carry forward fraction from previous bill.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Your fixed charges should be Rs 200 (for 8 kW). If they are more then check if there is any maximum demand penalty.

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tolwala govind das

how can the electricity tariff increased without any consideration for the general public. It should try to save the pilferage

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tolwala govind das

How and Why the Discom increase the Electricity Tariff rates and make the people suffer.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Discoms do not increase tariffs, Electricity Regulatory Commissions do. Discoms just submit their proposal. And after the proposal is received, Electricity regulatory commissions call for a meeting with Civil Society Groups, consumers and Discoms to finalize the rates. They publish an AD in newspapers for the meeting. If you have any concerns regarding the rates, then I would suggest that you look for such advertisements or keep following your state's electricity regulator commission website. They give enough time for doing all this, and the process is many months long. So if you have concerns, you can always raise them with regulatory commissions.

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sir seams like the calculator doesnt work as i have filled all required details includes units but after i press submit button the result is not displayed what may be problem?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Karani,

The calculator is working now. Thanks for your patience.

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

We are having issues with the calculator. We are trying to fix it. Will take couple of days. I will drop a note to you once it is fixed.

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I am using chrome n safari
Cant see the bill but only the message your bill is with no data
Is it working?

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Mrityunjay,

The calculator is working now. Thanks for your patience.

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same thing i am facing i am using opera web browser

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Hi Karani,

Much before your comment I replied to Mrityunjay that we are having issues with the calculator and we are in a process of fixing it. Please wait till we fix it!!

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

We are having some issues with the calculator. We are in process of fixing it. Will take a couple of days to do the same. I will drop a note to you once that is done.

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Girish purohit

Respected sir,
What is the charge of electricity per unit in city of gujrat
And give me the calculation of fuel charge and vidhyut shulk
Why it is considered.

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What are wheeling charges? I can see Rs 400-500 as wheeling charges on my MSEB bill

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Abhishek Jain (Mod)

Wheeling charges are charges for using the transmission line. Usually it is used when transmission lines are owned by one utility and electricity is distributed by another.

Please note that there is no entity like MSEB now. In 2002 all state electricity boards were split into multiple companies. One for generation, one for transmission and one for distribution. This was done so that privatization can be done for some parts of electricity generation/transmission/distribution process. Like in Mumbai Reliance and Tata Power do the distribution now. Tata is also into generation.

So as I said, wheeling charges are for using the transmission line. It is usually applied as a per unit charge.

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