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Domestic Electricity LT Tariff Slabs and Rates for all states in India in 2017

By on January 5, 2017


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 2016. 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.


Please Note Domestic tariff is for Residential connections.

State

Condition

Slab Low

Slab High

Rate (in Rs)

Andhra Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 31st March
2016.)

Last Year Consumption <= 900 units

1

50

1.45

51

100

2.6

101

200

3.6

201

above

6.9

Last Year Consumption > 900 units and <=
2700

1

100

2.6

101

200

3.6

201

300

6.9

301

above

7.75

Last Year Consumption > 2700

1

50

2.6

51

100

3.25

101

200

5.26

201

300

6.9

301

400

7.75

401

500

8.27

501

above

8.8

Andaman & Nicobar (As per tariff order dater 6th
April 2016)

1

100

2

101

200

4.25

201

above

6

Arunachal Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 29th Feb
2016)

1

above

4

Assam (As per tariff order dated 24th Jul
2015)

for connected load up to 5 KW

1

120

4.95

121

240

6.25

241

above

7.25

for connected load more than 5 KW

1

above

7.53

Bihar (As per tariff order dated 21th March
2016)

Single Phase with connected load less than 7
kW

1

100

3

101

200

3.65

201

300

4.35

301

above

5.45

Three Phase with connected load more than 5
kW

1

100

3

101

200

3.65

201

300

4.35

301

above

5.45

Chandigarh (As per tariff order dated 28th Apr
2016)

Monthly Units

1

150

2.55

151

400

4.8

401

above

5

Chattisgarh (As per tariff order dated 30th April
2016)

1

40

3.6

41

200

3.7

201

600

5.2

601

above

7.25

Daman & Diu (As per tariff order 6th April
2016)

1

50

1.2

51

200

1.8

201

400

2.2

401

above

2.55

Delhi (As per tariff order dated 1st September
2015)

0

200

4

201

400

5.95

401

800

7.3

801

1200

8.1

1201

above

8.75

Goa (As per tariff order dated 18th Apr
2016)

1

100

1.3

101

200

1.9

201

300

3.4

301

400

3.1

401

above

3.6

Gujarat (As per tariff order dated 31st Mar
2016)

1

50

3.05

51

100

3.5

101

200

4.15

201

250

4.25

251

above

5.2

Gujarat-Torrent-Ahd (As per tariff order dated 31st
Mar 2016)

1

50

3.2

51

200

3.9

201

above

4.9

Gujarat-Torrent-Surat (As per tariff order dated 31st
Mar 2016)

1

50

3.2

51

100

3.65

101

200

4.25

201

250

4.35

251

above

5.05

  

Haryana (As per tariff order dated 7th May
2016)

Consumption less than 100 Units

0

50

2.7

51

100

4.5

Consumption between 101 & 500 Units

0

250

5

251

500

6.05

Consumption more than 500 Units

0

above

6.75

Himachal Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 25th May
2016)

1

125

1.5

126

300

2.9

301

above

4.35

Jammu and Kashmir (As per tariff order dated 18th Aug
2015)

1

100

1.54

101

200

2

201

400

3

401

above

3.2

Jharkhand (As per tariff order dated 14th Dec
2015)

for load upto 4 KW

1

200

2.6

201

above

3.1

for load more than 4 KW

1

above

3.2

Karnataka (As per tariff order approved on 30th Mar
2016)

1

30

3

31

100

4.4

101

200

5.9

201

above

6.9

Kerala (Applicable from 14th August 2014)

Consumption less than 250 Units

1

50

2.8

51

100

3.2

101

150

4.2

151

200

5.8

201

250

7

For Monthly units between 250 and 300(all
units)

1

300

5

For Monthly units between 300 and 350(all
units)

1

350

5.7

For Monthly units between 350 and 400(all
units)

1

400

6.1

For Monthly units between 400 and 500(all
units)

1

500

6.7

For Monthly units above 500(all units)

1

above

7.5

Lakshadweep (As per tariff order dated 30th March
2016)

1

100

1.25

101

200

2.75

201

300

4.4

301

above

5.7

Madhya Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 5th Apr
2016)

1

50

3.65

51

100

4.35

101

300

5.6

301

above

6.1

Maharashtra (Applicable from 1st Nov
2016)

1

100

4.16

101

300

7.91

301

500

10.87

501

1000

12.35

1001

above

13.63

Manipur (As per tariff order dated 7th March
2016)

1

100

3.2

101

200

3.8

201

above

4.7

Meghalaya (As per tariff order dated 1st April
2016)

1

100

3.15

101

200

3.75

201

above

5

Mizoram (As per tariff order dated 7th March
2016)

1

50

2.35

51

100

3.25

101

200

4.2

201

above

4.8

Mumbai-Reliance (From Oct 1st 2016)

1

100

3.60

101

300

7.65

301

500

9.09

501

above

10.98

Mumbai-Tata Power Direct Consumers (From Oct 1st
2016)

1

100

2.90

101

300

5.17

301

500

9.57

501

above

11.84

Mumbai-Tata Power Changeover Consumers (From Oct 1st
2016)

1

100

3.00

101

300

6.28

301

500

11.02

501

above

13.50

Mumbai-BEST (From 1st Oct 2016)

1

100

3.42

101

300

5.87

301

500

8.72

501

above

10.72

Nagaland (As per tariff order dated 21st March
2016)

1

30

3.5

31

100

4.7

101

250

5.7

251

above

6.5

Odisha (As per tariff order dated 23rd Mar
2016)

1

50

2.5

51

200

4.2

201

400

5.2

401

above

5.6

Puducherry (As per tariff order dated 24th May
2016)

1

100

1.1

101

200

1.75

201

400

3.5

401

above

4.6

Punjab (Applicable from 1st Aug 2016)

Load upto 50kW

 

1

100

4.52

101

300

6.14

301

above

6.56

Load 50 – 100kW

1

100

4.07/kVAh

101

300

5.53/kVAh

301

above

5.9/kVAh

Load above 100 kW/kVA

1

100

4.16/kVAh

101

300

5.65/kVAh

301

above

6.04/kVAh

Rajasthan (As per tariff order dated 22nd Sep 2016)

1

50

3.85

51

150

6.10

151

300

6.40

301

500

6.70

501

above

7.15

Sikkim (As per tariff order dated 11th April
2016)

1

50

1.1

51

100

2.34

101

200

3.65

201

400

4.57

401

above

4.93

Tamil Nadu (As per tariff order dated 12th Dec
2014)

for units less than 50

1

50

3

for units less than 100

1

100

3.25

for units less than 250

1

100

3.5

101

250

4.6

for units more than 250

1

100

3.5

101

250

4.6

251

above

6.6

Telangana (As per tariff order dated 23rd June
2016)

Consumption less than 50 Units

1

50

1.45

Consumption between 51 & 100 Units

1

50

1.45

51

100

2.6

Consumption between 101 & 200 Units

1

100

3.3

101

200

4.3

Consumption more than 200 Units

1

200

5

201

300

7.2

301

400

8.5

401

800

9

801

above

9.5

Tripura (As per tariff order dated 22nd Nov
2014)

Single Phase Supply (less than 3 kW Connected
load)

1

50

4.84

51

150

5.98

151

300

6.16

301

above

7.2

Three Phase Supply (more than 3 kW Connected
load)

1

above

7.2

Uttar Pradesh (As per tariff order dated 1st Aug
2016)

1

150

4.4

151

300

4.95

301

500

5.6

501

above

6.2

Uttarakhand (As per tariff order dated 1st Apr
2016)

1

100

2.45

101

200

3.1

201

300

4.1

301

400

4.1

401

500

4.5

501

above

4.5

West Bengal (As per tariff order dated 28th Oct 2016)

Quarterly Total Units

1

102

5.30

103

180

5.97

181

300

6.97

301

600

7.31

601

900

7.58

901

above

8.99

West Bengal-Kolkata- CESC (As per tariff order dated
28th Oct 2016)

1

25

4.89

25

60

5.40

61

100

6.41

101

150

7.16

151

200

7.33

201

300

7.33

301

above

8.92

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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  • KM

    Does these values mean that this is the maximum tariff that any electricity supplier can charge to a consumer in that particular state within the specified consumption units ? For example, is it so that, a supplier cannot charge a customer more than Rs 6.28 per unit in Kolkata for consuming within 60 units in a month?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Tariffs are decided once every year. And they are published by the state electricity regulatory commission. But then the cost of electricity production does not remain the same throughout the year, as the cost of coal (which is mostly used for generating electricity) keeps varying. For that, they add a component called Fuel Surcharge which is a per unit charge on electricity bills. This can be negative or positive depending on the cost of production in a month. The rates mentioned above are the yearly ones published by state electricity regulatory commissions.

    • K.Mitra

      Thank you for the reply. I understand that electricity suppliers can exceed the published tariff (published by the state regulatory commissions in a year) only to adjust the fuel surcharge. Can they lower their ultimate tariff below this published tariff even after fuel surcharge adjustments. I mean, leaving the fuel surcharge calculation aside, is there any maximum and minimum tariff for an electricity supplier between which the actual tariff can be decided and offered to the customers without any further intervention from regulatory authorities ? How does utilities (wherever applicable) decide on the TOU tariffs or other dynamic pricing tariffs?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Tariff determination is a complex process where the electricity distribution company has to submit details of their current finances, Annual Revenue Requirement (ARR in short) and proposed electricity tariff to electricity regulatory commission. The commission calls for several meetings, some of which also include representatives from the society, to finalize on the tariff. They also approve maximum value of FSA (distribution company cannot exceed this FSA value in any given month). FSA can also go negative. So if the cost of production in a month was less as compared to the tariff determined, then FSA can be negative. The TOU tariffs are also decided in a similar fashion. The tariffs are determined by category. There are several categories: Low Transmission – Residential, Low Transmission – Rural, Low Transmission – Industrial, Low Transmission – Commercial, High Transmission (11 kV) – Industrial, High Transmission (11 kV) – Commercial, High Transmission (11 kV) – Residential (housing societies) , etc …… The tariffs are fixed and are not changed for a customer. All customers of a category will get same tariffs and same FSA.

    • K.Mitra

      Thanks a lot for the information.

  • Gaurav Saxena

    Are the rates for Delhi inclusive of the subsidy or are pre-subsidy rates?

    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      These are as published by the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission.

  • vabi

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    • https://www.bijlibachao.com Abhishek Jain

      Thanks. We are glad that you liked it.

  • sarath chandra

    Good Morning all…….We are using 2 air conditioners,2 personnel desktop computers,13 fans,35 tube lights connected with single phase. I need information about load and price cost……..Please feel free to answer……….Thank You

  • Ramesh Pallapolu

    Very useful information given in this site. Everything is precise and accurate.

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