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Domestic Electricity LT Tariff Slabs and Rates for all states in India in 2014

By on May 24, 2016

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 2014. 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. There is no change in 2014 yet) 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 3rd June 2014) 1 above 4.0
Assam (As per tariff order dated 1st Dec 2013) for connected load up to 5 KW 1 120 3.58
121 240 5.45
241 above 6.15
for connected load more than 5 KW 1 above 5.75
Bihar (As per tariff order dated 28th February 2014)

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 12th June 2014) 1 200 2.7
201 600 4.1
601 above 5.9
Goa (As per tariff order dated 15th April 2014) 1 60 1.2
61 250 1.7
251 500 2.75
501 above 3.2
Gujarat (As per tariff order dated 29th April 2014) 1 50 3.15
51 100 3.6
101 250 4.25
251 above 5.2
Gujarat-Torrent-Ahd (As per tariff order dated 29th April 2014) 1 50 3.2
51 200 3.9
201 above 4.8
Gujarat-Torrent-Surat (As per tariff order dated 29th April 2014) 1 50 3.2
51 100 3.65
101 250 4.25
251 above 4.95
 
Haryana (Applicable from 1st April 2014) Total Consumption less than 800 units a month 0 40 2.7
41 250 4.5
251 500 5.25
501 800 5.98
Total Consumption More Than 800 units a month 0 above 5.98
Himachal Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 12th June 2014) 1 125 3.5
126 300 4.4
301 above 4.7
Jammu and Kashmir (As per tariff order dated June 2014) 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 12th May 2014) 1 30 2.7
31 100 4.00
101 200 5.25
201 above 6.25
Kerala (Applicable from 14th August 2014) For Monthly units less than 250 1 50 2.8
51 100 3.2
101 150 4.2
151 200 5.8
201 250 7.0
For Monthly units between 250 and 300 1 300 5.0 (all units)
For Monthly units between 300 and 350 1 350 5.7 (all units)
For Monthly units between 350 and 400 1 400 6.1 (all units)
For Monthly units between 400 and 500 1 500 6.7 (all units)
For Monthly units above 500 1 above 7.5 (all units)
Madhya Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 24th May 2014) 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 3.92
101 300 5.56
301 500 6.46
501 above 8.77
Mumbai-Tata (Multi Year Tariff approved by MERC on 28th June 2013) For Direct Tata Power Consumers 1 100 2.49
101 300 4.13
301 500 7.31
501 above 9.09
Mumbai-Tata (Multi Year Tariff approved by MERC on 28th June 2013) For consumers who changed over from Reliance Energy 1 100 2.38
101 300 4.45
301 500 8.57
501 above 12.64
Mumbai-BEST (As per tariff order dated 1st Sept 2013) 1 100 3.2
101 300 6.38
301 500 8.94
501 above 10.4
Manipur (As per tariff order dated 28th February 2014) 1 100 2.8
101 200 3.4
201 300 4.1
301 above 4.6
Meghalaya (As per tariff order dated 12th April 2014) 1 100 2.9
101 200 3.4
201 above 4.4
Mizoram (As per tariff order dated 28th February 2014) 1 50 2.1
51 100 3.0
101 200 3.8
201 above 4.5
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 2014) 0 200 4.0
201 400 5.95
401 800 7.3
801 1200 8.1
1201 above 8.75
Odisha (As per tariff order dated 26th April 2014) 1 50 2.3
51 200 4.0
201 400 5.0
401 above 5.4
Punjab (As per tariff order dated 22nd Aug 2014) 1 100 4.56
101 300 6.14
301 above 6.56
Rajasthan (As per tariff order dated June 2014) 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 25th June 2013) Single Phase Supply (less than 3 kW Connected load) 1 50 4.5
51 150 5.6
151 300 5.8
301 above 6.9
Three Phase Supply (more than 3 kW Connected load) 1 above 6.9
Uttar Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 1st Oct 2014) 1 150 4.00
151 300 4.50
301 500 5.00
501 above 5.50
Uttarakhand (As per tariff order dated 10th April 2014) 1 100 2.3
101 200 2.7
201 400 3.35
401 above 3.5
West Bengal (As per tariff order dated 26nd December 2013) 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 26nd Dec 2013) 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 11th Apr 2014) 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 [email protected]

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