State Wise Electricity Tariff In India 2021| Unit Rate List!

What do you understand by the term Electricity Tariff? Lets us answer you in the most generous way. Electricity Tariff is the significant sum of money frame by the provider for the supply of electricity/ electrical energy to the consumer.

In another word, a Tariff is a process of pricing a customer for consuming a certain amount of electrical energy/power.

These tariffs are then calculated according to consumer consumption. Consequently, generating the electricity bill. Bills are a crucial part/ element of every household budget in India.

People usually chalk out strategies to not overuse any appliance or how to use them carefully. These strategies help in ensuring that the consumption does not pass the threshold limit.

The reason being simple, there ate several tariffs for different consumption tabs.

The rates of the electricity tariff tend to change frequently. Besides, the tariff of one Indian state varies from that of another.

We are here to provide you with genuine knowledge and information about the unit price of electricity in India (state-wise). Down below is a comprehensive compilation of electricity tariffs, so that you get the information at a particular place.

Moreover, this post emphasizes the Low-Tention domestic users in India. Also, these rates certainly do not apply to users with High-Tension connections and commercials.

Electricity Tariff In Different States Of India

For better understanding and convenience of our readers, we have divided the Indian states into different regions. These regions are segregated depending on their locations.

Southern States

  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Telangana
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Goa

Eastern States

  • West Bengal
  • Orissa
  • Sikkim

Western States

  • Maharashtra
  • Gujarat 
  • Rajasthan

Central States

  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Jharkhand
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Bihar

Northern States

  • Delhi
  • Punjab
  • Haryana
  • Uttarakhand
  • Himachal Pradesh

North Eastern States

  • Assam
  • Manipur
  • Mizoram
  • Nagaland
  • Tripura
  • Meghalaya

Union Territories

  • Puducherry
  • Lakshadweep
  • Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli
  • Chandigarh
  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Let’s start with the very first.

The Southern States

1. Andhra Pradesh

electricity tariff in Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh

Here is the electricity tariff in Andhra Pradesh.


Domestic Consumers (Low Tension Supply)
Fixed Charges per month in Rs per KWEnergy Charges – Rs per unit consumed
APSPDCLAPEPDCLAPCPDCL
Group A – Users with consumption up to 75 units per month
0 to 50101.451.651.65
51 to 75102.62.82.6
Group B – Users with consumption more than 75 and up to 225 units per month
0 to 50102.62.82.6
51 to 100102.62.82.6
101 to 200103.63.83.6
201 to 225106.97.146.9
Group C – Users with consumption more than 225 units per month
0 to 50102.652.852.65
51 to 100103.63.35
101 to 200105.45.65.4
201 to 300107.17.37.1
301 to 400107.958.27.95
401 to 500108.59.158.5
Above 500109.9510.29.5
Townships, colonies, gated communities, and villas get HT supply and hence have a different flat rate structure
All Usage75777
  • The electricity tariff in Andhra Pradesh is apporved by APERC (Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission).
  • The validity of this tariff is FY 2021-22. 
  • Table No 75 details the electricity tariff for all customers. We reproduce the relevant figures for LT domestic customers alone.
  • The mentioned charges are applicable from April 01, 2021, to March 31, 2022.
  • They fall under three entities, APSPDCL, APEPDCL, and APCPDCL respectively.
  • The readings of the meter come out on monthly basis.
  • The connections are also dividend on the basis of loads. The household consuming up to 5KW gets a single phase connection. Whereas, households with high loads can apply for three phase connections.
  • A smart meters are also an option for those consuming 500 units. These smart meters enable the users a reduction of Rs 1 per unit within a certain phase of time. For example, from 10 am to 12 noon.
  • Depending on the usage, there are 3 separate tariff schedules.
  • The Group A includes the consumers with consumption up to 75 units.
  • Group B is for users consuming between 76 units and 225 units. And lastly,
  • The Group C is for those who consume more than 225 units.

2. Telangana

Telangana Electricity Tariff
Telangana

Here is the Telangana Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Consumers – Low Tension Supply
Units Consumed (in KWh)
Fixed Charge in Rs
Customer charge in Rs
Energy Charge in Rs per unit
Consumption up to 100 units per month
0 to 50Zero25 – if consumption is below 501.45
51 to 100Zero30 – if consumption is more than
50
2.6
Consumption above 100 units per month and up to 200 units per month
0 to 100ZeroNA3.3
101 to 200Zero504.3
Consumption above 200 units per month
0 to 200ZeroNA5
201 to 300Zero60 – only if consumption is below 300 units7.2
301 to 400Zero808.5
401 to 800Zero809
Above 800Zero809.6
  • The Telangana Electricity Tariff is stipulated by Telangana State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as TSERC.
  • It was updated for FY 2018-19, however, it continues even today.
  • The retail supply tariff rates and the terms and conditions following it are mentioned on Page 3 of the TSERC Press Release.
  • The readings of the meter come out on monthly basis.
  • Moreover, there are three Low mention supply categories. The minimum charges vary within the categories.
  • If there is zero consumption in a certain billing cycle, these charges may apply.
  • LT I(A) – Contracted Load of 1000 watts and below – Single Phase – Rs 25 pm
  • The LT I(B)(i) – Contracted Load of above 1000 watts – Single Phase – Rs 50 pm
  • LT I(B)(ii) – Contracted Load of above 1000 watts – Three Phase – Rs 150 pm
  • Besides, customers even have to pay the customs charges, depending on the monthly consumption.

3. Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu Electricity tariff
Tamil Nadu

Here is the Tamil Nadu Electricity Tariff.

For domestic users
Consumer Category and Slabs (units)
Energy charges per unit (Rs)
Fixed Charges for two months (Rs)
Energy charges after subsidy (Rs per unit)
Fixed Charges after subsidy (Rs)
Consumption – Bimonthly – up to 100 units
0 to 1002.53000
Consumption above 100 units and up to 200 units (bimonthly)
0 to 1002.530020
101 to 2002.5301.520
Consumption above 200 units and up to 500 units bimonthly
0 to 1002.540030
101 to 2002.540230
201 to 500340330
Consumption above 500 units bimonthly
0 to 1002.550050
101 to 2003.5503.550
201 to 5004.6504.650
Above 5006.6506.650
  • Tamil Nadu Electricity Tariff is approved by Tamil Nadu Energy Regulatory Commission. Also known as TNET.
  • The electricity tariff was updated with effects on August 11, 2017. Moreover, it continues even today.
  • The bi-monthly billing cycle is the trend in Tamil Nadu.
  • The government of Tamil Nadu provides electricity at no cost for the first 100 units consumed by the consumer in a two-month billing cycle.
  • The charges are fixed and depends on the number of units consumed.

4. Karnataka

Electricity Tariff in Karnataka
Karnataka

Here is the Electricity Tariff in Karnataka.


Tariff applicable to all areas under Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), Municipal Corporations, and other Urban Local Bodies
Fixed Charges per MonthFor the first KWRs 85.00
For every additional KW up to 50KWRs 95 per KW
For every additional KW above 50KWRs 150 per KW
Energy Charges
0 to 50 unitsRs 4.10 per unit
51 to 100 unitsRs 5.55 per unit
101 to 200 unitsRs 7.10 per unit
Above 200 unitsRs 8.15 per unit
Applicable to areas under village panchayats
Fixed Charges per Month
For the first KWRs 70 per KW
For every additional KW up to 50KWRs 85 per KW
For every additional KW above 50KWRs 140 per KW
Energy Charges per month
0 to 50 unitsRs 4.00 per unit
51 to 100 unitsRs 5.25 per unit
101 to 200 unitsRs 6.80 per unit
Above 200 unitsRs 7.65 per unit
  • The Electricity Tariff in Karnataka is stipulated by the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as KERC.
  • The electricity tariff was updated for the state’s consumers vides the order dated June 09, 2021. Moreover, it continues even today.
  • Page no. 354 of the order gives out a detailed rate schedule for LT consumers.
  • There are five power distribution companies in Kerela. Namely, BESCOM, GESCOM, MESCOM, HESCOM, and CESC.
  • For Bhagya Jyoti and Kutira Jyoti consumers, the tariff is completely subsidized.
  • Normally, the GOK tends to release the subsidy amount prior to the date. If it doesn’t happen, the determined tariff by commission (CDT) for LT-1 is Rs 8.43 per unit. It charges a minimum of Rs 60 per installation every month.
  • Besides, if the consumption is higher than 40 units a month, the above tariff will be advisable. Also, a similar condition applies for the BJ/KJ having more than a single installation outlet.
  • The readings of the meter come out on monthly basis.

5. Kerala

Kerala Electricity Tariff
Kerala

Here is the Kerala Electricity Tariff.


For Low Tension Domestic Consumers
Slab (units)Fixed Charges – Single Phase in RsFixed Charges – Three Phase in RsEnergy Charge in Rs per unit
0 to 40 – BPL001.5
0 to 50 – Non BPL35903.15
51 to 10045903.7
101 to 150551004.8
151 to 200751006.4
201 to 250801007.6
Non-telescopic charges
0 to 3001001105.8
301 to 3501101106.6
351 to 4001201206.9
401 to 5001301307.1
Above 5001501507.9
  • The Kerala Electricity Tariff is stipulated by the Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as KSERC.
  • The KSERC has updated the order on July 08, 2019. Moreover, it continues even today as it was implemented for the period 2018-19 to 2021-22.
  • The readings of the meter come out on monthly basis.
  • The Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission has vided their orders dated July 08, 2019, stipulated the electricity tariff for consumers for the period 2018-19 to 2021-22.
  • Kerala has a monthly billing cycle.
  • If the consumption exceeds over 250 units, the slab structure tends to change.
  • Up to 250 units, the consumers get to enjoy the benefits of the telescopic tariff. However, above 250 units, there is no suited space for telescopic tariff.
  • Any load up to 40 units and 1KW consumption is classified as BPL.

6. Goa

Electricity Tariff in Goa
Goa

Here is the Electricity Tariff in Goa.


Domestic Low-Tension – D/LT-D
Single Phase – Fixed Charges in RsThree-Phase Fixed Charges in RsEnergy Charges Rs/unit
0 to 10025651.5
101 to 20025652.25
201 to 30025652.85
301 to 40025653.65
Above 40025654.25
For Low Tension LIG Consumers500
  • The Electricity Tariff in Goa is stipulated by the Electricity Department and the Government Of Goa. Also known as ED Goa.
  • The orders were scheduled on the tariff order vide petition 39/2020. The 11.1 has listed the tariff schedule in detail.
  • The consumers on LIG have a certain load of 0.1 KW and can consume up to 30 units per month.
  • For places and mentions, which are kept locked for more than three months and still have a load more than 10KW would be charged Rs 1000 monthly.

The Eastern States

7. West Bengal

Electricity Tariff in West Bengal
West Bengal

Here is the Electricity Tariff in West Bengal.


WBSEDCL Domestic Tariff applicable to 2021-22
Fixed Charges in RsElectricity charges in Rs/unit (Rural)Electricity charges in Rs/unit (Urban)
1 to 102155.265.3
103 to 1805.865.97
181 to 3006.736.97
301 to 6007.237.31
601 to 9007.327.58
Above 9008.998.99

CESC Domestic Tariff applicable to 2021-22
Fixed Charges in RsElectricity charges in Rs/unit
0 to 25154.89
26 to 605.4
61 to 1006.41
101 to 1507.16
151 to 2007.33
201 to 3007.33
Above 3008.92
  • The Electricity Tariff in West Bengal is stipulated by the West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. Also known as WBSEDCL.
  • The WBSEDCL follows the electricity tariff as per the WSERC order for 2017-18. Moreover, it continues even today.
  • The slabs for consumption are suitable quarterly.
  • In West Bengal, there are two power distributors. These distributors are basically companies, namely, WBSEDCL and CESC.
  • WBSEDCL proposes an optional prepaid tariff scheme. In this, the rate is Rs 6.64 per unit consumed for all the units.
  • Whereas, the fixed charges are Rs 15. Moreover, these are applicable to urban and rural clientele.
  • The consumption slabs are applicable quarterly.
  • West Bengal has two power distribution companies, WBSEDCL and CESC.
  • WBSEDCL offers an optional prepaid tariff scheme where the rate is Rs 6.64 per unit consumed for all units, and the fixed charges are Rs 15. It applies to urban and rural customers.
  • Likewise, CESC too has an optional prepaid tariff scheme. It has a rate of Rs 7.22 per unit consumed for every consumption.

8. Orissa

Electricity Tariff in Orissa
Orissa

Here is the Electricity Tariff in Orissa.


Domestic Supply Tariff with effect from April 04, 2021
Monthly Fixed Charge for additional KW or part thereof Monthly Fixed Charge for additional KW or part thereof
Kutir Jyothi – Up to 30 units per month
Up to 30 unitsNil
Domestic Consumption – Others
203
4.8
201 to 4005.8
6.2
General Purpose Less Than 110 KVA

0 to 100305.9
101 to 3006
Above 3007.6
  • The Electricity Tariff in Orissa is stipulated by Orissa Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, OERC.
  • The tariff for the consumer vides their order dated March 26, 2021. and valid till 4th April 2021.
  • The consumers of the Domestic Kutir Jyothi have to pay a fixed charge of Rs 80 up to 30 units/ month.
  • The terms and conditions of the tariff are detailed out on the page of the supply code.
  • The rate for the reconnection and meter rent should stop after the collection of 60 months.

9. Sikkim

Sikkim Electricity Tariff
Sikkim

Here is the Sikkim Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Consumption Tariff – 2021-22
Unit Consumption SlabMinimum Charges RsElectricity charges in Rs/unit
0 to 50Single Phase – Rs 501
51 to 1002
101 to 200Three Phase – Rs 200
3
201 to 4003.5
401 and above4
  • The Sikkim Electricity Tariff is stipulated by Sikkim State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as SSERC.
  • Recently, there has been a reduction in the electricity tariff rates for domestic consumption.
  • You can refer to page no. 134 of the supply code to get a better view.

The Western States

10. Maharashtra

Maharashtra Electricity Tariff
Maharashtra

In Maharashtra, There are different power distributors. These distributing companies stipulated different Electricity tariff rates but falls under the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission.

The power tariff of MERC has revised on April 01, 2020, and will continue to be implemented until 2025.

In Maharashtra, there are mainly four power distributors. These are MSEDCL, Adani Electricity Mumbai Ltd, Tata Power, and BEST, respectively.

Here is the Maharashtra Electricity Tariff.

MSEDCL Electricity Tariff


Low Tension Residential Category – for the FY 2021-22
UnitsFixed Charge in RsWheeling Charge in Rs per unitEnergy Charge in Rs per unit
Residential BPL2701.14
Residential – Non BPL
1 to 1001021.383.44
101 to 3001021.387.34
301 to 5001021.3810.36
Above 5001021.3811.82
Three Phase Charges
  • MSEDCL stands for Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co Ltd.
  • It supplies electricity almost in every part of Maharashtra, including Mumbai.
  • The tariff charges are available to read on the Press Note and are valid for FY 2021-22.

Adani Electricity Tariff


Tariff applicable to residential for the FY 2021-22
Fixed Charge in RsWheeling Charge in Rs per unitEnergy Charge in Rs per unit
BPL Category101.461
Residential – Non-BPL
0 to 100751.463.05
101 to 3001151.465
301 to 5001151.466.65
Above 5001401.467.8
  • Adani Electricity Mumbai Ltd grants the resulting tariff for its Mumbai customers vides MERC Order dated March 30, 2020.
  • There are minor adjustments every year of the electricity tariff following the financial year.

Tata Power


Tariff applicable to residential for the FY 2021-22
Units Energy Charge in Rs per unit
BPL Category101.881
Residential – Non BPL
0 to 100751.881.75
1151.884.3
301 to 5001151.887.75
Above 5001401.888.45

BEST


Tariff applicable to residential for the FY 2021-22
UnitsFixed Charge in RsWheeling Charge in Rs per unitEnergy Charge in Rs per unit
BPL Category101.441.24
Residential – Non-BPL
0 to 100751.441.74
101 to 3001151.444.37
301 to 5001151.447.21
Above 5001401.448.77

BEST stands for Brihan Mumbai Electric Supply and Transport.

It undertakes the electricity tariff for the consumers of Mumbai. It came under effect from FY 2020-21 and continues up to FY 2024-25.

11. Gujrat

electricity tariff in Gujrat
Gujrat

In Gujrat, there are seven companies under Gujrat Electricity Board. Out of the seven, four are power distributors based on the locations and geographical boundaries.

These are –

  • Western Gujarat region, including Saurashtra and Kachchh- PGVCL
  • Southern Gujarat region- DGVCL
  • Northern Gujarat region- UGVCL
  • Central Gujarat region- MGVCL

All of these distributors follow the same electricity tariff schedule.

Here is the electricity tariff in Gujrat.


Tariff for the non-rural category for the FY 2021-22
Fixed ChargesElectricity charges
Load in KWCharges in RsUnits consumedCharges in Rs per unit
151 to 503.05
Above 2KW and up to 4KW2551 to 1003.5
Above 4KW and up to 6kW45101 to 2504.15
Above 6KW70Above 2505.2
Exclusively for BPL Consumers
Irrespective of load51 to 501.5
51 to 1003.5
101 to 2504.15
Above 2515.2

Tariff for the rural category for the FY 2021-22
Fixed ChargesElectricity charges
Load in KWCharges in RsUnits consumedCharges in Rs per unit
Up to 2KW151 to 502.65
Above 2KW and up to 4KW253.1
Above 4KW and up to 6kW47101 to 2503.75
Above 6KW70Above 2504.9
Exclusively for BPL Consumers
Irrespective of load51 to 501.5
51 to 1003.1
101 to 2503.75
Above 2514.9

However, in Ahmedabad, Surat, Gandhinagar, Dahej, and Dholera the Electricity is supplied from Torrent Power Plant.

Here is the Torrent Power tariff for 2021-22.


Tariff for the FY 2021-22 (Up to an including 15 KW)
Fixed ChargesElectricity charges
PhaseCharges in RsUnits consumedCharges in Rs per unit
Single Phase251 to 503.2
Three Phase6551 to 2003.95
Above 2005
Exclusively for BPL Consumers
Flat Rate51 to 501.5
51 to 2003.95
Above 200
  • The rates shown above are for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad. Whereas, for Surat and Dahej, the rates are slightly different.
  • The readings of the meter come out on monthly basis.
  • Single Phase supply is for aggregate load up to 6KW
  • Three Phase supply is for aggregate load above 6KW

12. Rajasthan

Electricity Tariff in Rajasthan
Rajasthan

Here is the Electricity Tariff in Rajasthan.


Tariff for the FY 2021-22
Fixed ChargesElectricity charges
For General Domestic Consumers
Consumption (above 50 units per month)Charges in RsUnits consumedCharges in Rs per unit
GD 1 – up to 150 units2301 to 504.75
GD 2 – up to 30027551 to 1506.5
GD 3 – up to 500345151 to 300 7.35
GD 4 – Above 500400301 to 5007.65
Above 5007.95
Exclusively for BPL and Astha Card Consumers and Small Domestic Customers
Up to 50 units1001 to 50 3.5
Small Domestic – Above 50 units125SD Customers – 1 to 503.85
Above 50Rates as per general domestic consumer usage
  • The Electricity Tariff In Rajasthan is stipulated by Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, RERC.
  • The charges are fixed and depend on the average monthly consumption.
  • The domestic connections in rural places tend to get 10% less on the fixed charges.
  • Astha Cardholder and BPL cardholders tariff (domestic) applies to the individual.
  • The small domestic consumers, whose consumption does not exceed 50 units, get subsidies as well.
  • For a prepaid metering system, you get a deduction of 15 paise per unit.
  • The readings of the meter come out on monthly basis.

The Central States

13. Madhya Pradesh

electricity tariff in Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh

Here is the electricity tariff in Madhya Pradesh.


Monthly Electricity Tariff Schedule for LT Consumers for 2021-22
Consumption in unitsMonthly fixed charges Urban areas in RsMonthly fixed charges in rural areas in RsEnergy Charges in Rs/unit
BPL Consumers
Up to 30 unitsNilNil3.25
General Consumers
Up to 50 units61 464.13
51 to 150102825.05
151 to 30023 for each 0.1 KW load20 for each 0.1 KW load6.45
Above 30025 for each 0.1 KW load23 for each 0.1 KW load6.65
  • The Electricity Tariff In Madhya Pradesh is stipulated by Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as MPERC.
  • MPERC latest electricity tariff rate vide Public Notice dated December 17, 2020.
  • It sanctions the maximum load of 100 watts for customers below the BPL, with the consumption cap at 30 units. Moreover, they get concessions and have not t pay any fixed charges.
  • The fixed charges are anyway calculated on the units consumed during the month. That is, 0.01 KW doe every 15 units consumed.
  • Therefore, for 125 units, the assumed load will be 0.9KW and the fixed charge that you get is RS 207.
  • The minimum charge that is payable is Rs 70.

14. Chhattisgarh

Chattisgarh Electricity Tariff
Chattisgarh

Here is the Chattisgarh Electricity Tariff.


Domestic and BPL Consumers Tariff for 2021-22
Units SlabFixed Charge in Rs/unitEnergy Charge in Rs/unitMinimum Fixed Charge in Rs
2.41Single Phase – Rs 40 per month
101 to 2002.51.1
201 to 4003.21.7Three Phase Rs 120 per month
401 to 6003.52
Above 6004.852.45
  • The Chattisgarh Electricity Tariff is stipulated by Chattisgarh State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as CSERC.
  • CSERC’s latest electricity tariff Order is updated in 2021-22.
  • The single-phase is for loads exceeding 3 KW, and the three-phase current is for loads up to 112.5 KW.
  • The energy charges and fixed charges are telescopic.
  • The domestic consumers get to avail the subsidies provided by the Chattisgarh state.

15. Jharkhand

Jharkhand Electricity Tariff
Jharkhand

Here is Jharkhand Electricity Tariff.


Summary of Approved Domestic Consumption tariff for 2020-21
CategoryFixed Charges Rs/kWhEnergy charges Rs/unit
4.25
  • The Jharkhand Electricity Tariff is stipulated by Jharkhand State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as JSERC.
  • JSERC has laid down the electricity tariff for HT and LT consumers. It was updated in the state for the FY 2020-21 vide its order dated September 30, 2020.
  • This tariff tends to be applicable for 2021-22 as well.
  • Moreover, the tariff applies to both rural and urban areas.
  • The fixed charges are Rs 75 every month and the energy charges are Rs 4.25 per unit.

16. Uttar Pradesh

electricity tariff in Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh

Here is the electricity tariff in Uttar Pradesh.


Domestic Consumption Tariff
Fixed Charge Rs/KWEnergy Charge Rs/unit
Lifeline Customers – Contracted Load up to 1 KW and consumption up to 100 kWh
Metered – Up to 100503
Other than Lifeline consumers – Un-metered
Un-metered – All loads500Nil
Other than Lifeline consumers – Metered
0 to 100903.35
101 to 150 3.85
151 to 3005
301 to 5005.5
Above 5006
  • The electricity tariff in Uttar Pradesh is stipulated by Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as UPERC.
  • The UPERC has laid out the consumption tariff for 2020-21 vide their Order dated November 11, 2020.
  • This tariff tends to be applicable for 2021-22 as well.
  • The electricity consumption tariff is applicable for all the distribution companies in Uttar Pradesh.

17. Bihar

electricity tariff in Bihar
Bihar

Here is the electricity tariff in Bihar.


LT Consumption Tariff for 2021-22
ConsumptionFixed Charge RsCharge in Rs/unit
Kutir Jyoti – Metered connections – BPL Consumers
0 to 50106.1
Above 50As per DS-I or DS-II
DS-I Rural – Metered
0 to 50206.1
51 to 1006.4
Above 1006.7
DS-II Demand Based
0 to 10040
101 to 2006.95
Above 2008.05
DS-III Demand-Based
All units407.4
  • The electricity tariff in Bihar is stipulated by Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, BERC.
  • BERC determines the electricity tariff for the domestics and regulars for the FY 2021-22 vide order dated March 19, 2021.
  • The single phase is permitted for loads up to 7Kw. However, the consumers get an option to choose for a 3 phase above 5KW.

The Northern States

18. Delhi

electricity tariff in Delhi
Delhi

Here is the electricity tariff in Delhi.


Tariff Schedule for 2020-21 for Domestic Connections
ConnectionsFixed Charge Rs/KW/monthUnits consumptionCharges in Rs/unit
Up to 2 KW200 to 2003
More than 2 KW and
up to 5 KW
50201 to 4004.5
More than 5 KW and
up to 15 KW
100401 to 8006.5
More than 15 KW and up to 25 KW200801 to 12007
More than 25 KW250More than 12008
  • The electricity tariff in Delhi is stipulated by Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, DERC.
  • DERC has the decision-making power and decides that how much the power distributing companies will charge their consumer vide its order dated August 28, 2020.
  • These power distribution companies then procure power from the sources that are approved and supply the power to consumers.
  • The amount of the fixed charge is included in the bill.
  • Users have to pay a surcharge of 8% enabling the companies to recover their past debts if any.
  • For the funding of Pension trust, users have to pay an additional surcharge of 3.8%
  • Moreover, there is an electricity duty which accosts around 5%.
  • Up to 200 units, consumption is free, this is one of the unique subsidies announced by the Delhi government.

19. Punjab

 electricity tariff in Punjab
Punjab

Here is the electricity tariff in Punjab.


Domestic Consumption Tariff for FY 2021-22
Load Up to Fixed Charges (Rs/KW)Units ConsumedCharges Rs/kWh
2 KW35



1 to 1003.49
35101 to 3005.84
35Above 3007.3
More than 2 KW and up to 7 KW601 to 1003.74
60101 to 300 5.84
60Above 3007.3
More than 7 KW and up to 50 KW951 to 1004.64
95101 to 300 6.5
95Above 3007.5
More than 50 KW and up to 100 KW115All Units6.43
More than 100 KW125All Units6.63
  • The electricity tariff in Punjab is stipulated by the Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, PSERC.
  • PSERC decides the tariff in Punjab for all the consumers.

20. Haryana

electricity tariff in Haryana.
Haryana

Here is the electricity tariff in Haryana.


Domestic Electricity Tariff for the FY 2021-22
Units SlabFixed Charge Rs/KWMMC Rs/KWEnergy Charges – Rs/KW
Category 1 – Total Consumption up to 100 units per month
0 to 50NilRs 115 up to 2 KW and Rs 70 above 2 KW2
51 to 100Nil2.5
Category 2 – Consumption of more than 100 units and up to 800 units per month
0 to 150NilRs 125 up to 2 KW and Rs 75 above 2 KW2.5
151 to 250Nil5.25
251 to 500Nil6.3
501 to 800Nil7.1
Category 3 – Consumption of more than 800 units per month
All consumptionNilSame as Category 27.1
  • The electricity tariff in Haryana is stipulated by the Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, HERC.
  • HERC has laid down the tariff in Haryana State for all consumer categories.
  • However, the domestic consumers get the benefits of telescopic rates for the first 800 units.
  • But, if the monthly consumption crosses 800 units, the user will have to pay @Rs 7.10 for every unit for the entire consumption.

21. Uttarakhand

electricity tariff in Uttrakhand
Uttrakhand

Here is the electricity tariff in Uttrakhand.


Domestic Consumption Tariff for 2021-22
BPL and Kutir Jyoti Consumers
Units ConsumptionFixed Charges in RsEnergy Charges in Rs/unit
BPL and Kutir Jyoti consumers with load up to 1 KW and consumption up to 60 units per month
181.61
Other Customers
1 to 100602.8
101 to 2001204
201 to 4002005.5
Above 4003005.15
Single Point Bulk Supply95 per KW5.15
Domestic consumers in snowbound areas181.61
  • The electricity tariff in Uttrakhand is stipulated by Uttarakhand Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as UERC.
  • UERC has listed its terms and conditions in the order dated April 26, 2021.

22. Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh Electricity Tariff
Himachal Pradesh

Here is Himachal Pradesh Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Consumer Tariff for 2021-22
Fixed Charges in RsApproved Tariff-Rs/unitGovernment Subsidy in Rs/unitNet Effective Tariff in Rs/unit
Lifeline Consumers
0 to 60403.32.31
Other Consumers
0 to 125703.952.41.55
126 to 300704.851.92.95
Above 30070 5.451.054.4
Prepaid customersNil4.851.92.95

The Himachal Pradesh Electricity Tariff is stipulated by Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, HPERC.

HPERC has details of its tariff and other terms and condition in its Press Note dated June 06, 2020.

The lifelines consumers will get concessional tariffs for

  • Lifeline consumers get concessional tariffs for consumption of up to 60 units. Any consumption above 60 units attracts tariffs at the rates applicable to general customers.
  • The subsidy offered by the Government is also applicable to prepaid meter customers.
  • Prepaid meter customers do not have to pay any fixed charges, meter rent, and service charges.

The North Eastern States

23. Assam

electricity tariff in Assam
Assam

Here is the electricity tariff in Assam.


Domestic Consumption Tariff – 2021-22
Units ConsumedFixed Charge in RsEnergy Charge in Rs/unit
Category 1 – Jeevan Dhara – Connected Load less than 0.5 KW and consumption of 30 units a month
Up to 30204.25
Category – 2 – Domestic A – Connected load up to 5 KW
0 to 12050 per KW per month4.9
121 to 2406.15
Above 2407.15
Category 3 – Domestic B – Connected Load more than 5 KW and up to 25 KW
All consumption50 per KW per month6.75
  • The electricity tariff in Assam is stipulated by Assam Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, AERC.
  • APDCL for 2021-22 vide their order dated February 15, 2021.
  • Electrical duty is payable separately by the consumers in extension to the tariff.

24. Manipur

Manipur Electricity Tariff
Manipur

Here is the Manipur Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Power Consumption Tariff – 2021-22
Units ConsumedFixed Charge – RsEnergy Charges – Rs/unit
Kutir Jyothi or BPL Consumers – Total consumption in last three months less than 45 units
All units25 per month per connection2.1
Domestic – LT Category 2
0 to 10065 per month per KW5.1
101 to 2005.95
Above 2006.75

25. Mizoram

Electricity Tariff of Mizoram
Mizoram

Here is the Electricity Tariff of Mizoram.


Subsidized Tariff approved by JERC for 2021-22
Units ConsumedFixed Charges in RsEnergy Charges in Rs/unit
Kutir Jyothi
25 per connection2.5
Above 203.15
Domestic
0 to 10050 per contracted load in kWh4.8
101 to 2005.5
Above 2005.9

26. Nagaland

Nagaland Electricity Tariff
Nagaland

Here is the Nagaland Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Electricity Consumption – 2021-22
Units Consumption SlabFixed Charges in RsEnergy Charges in Rs/unit
Up to 30Rs 10 per connection per month4.7
31 to 1005.45
101 to 2506
Above 2507
  • The Nagaland Electricity Tariff is stipulated by the Nagaland Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, NERC.
  • They have approved the domestic electricity consumption tariff for 2020-21.
  • The equivalent tariff applies till now.

27. Tripura

Tripura Electricity Tariff.
Tripura

Here is Tripura Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Consumption Tariff – 2021-22
Units Consumed SlabFixed Charges in RsEnergy Charges in Rs/unit
154.03
0 to 50 (Urban)254.84
51 to 100405.98
151 to 300506.16
Above 300507.2
3-Phase connections – Compulsory above 5 KW
All units50 per KW per month7.2
  • The Tripura Electricity Tariff is stipulated by the Tripura Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as, TERC.
  • Tariff Schedule for FY 2020-21 after considering government Subsidy.
  • Kutir Jyothi users have to spend a fixed tariff of Rs 62 per associate per month.

28. Meghalaya

Meghalaya Electricity Tariff
Meghalaya

Here is Meghalaya Electricity Tariff.


Domestic Consumption Tariff – 2021-22
Units Consumed SlabFixed Charge RsEnergy Charges in Rs/unit
Kutir Jyothi – Consumption of 30 units per month
Up to 30 units603.65
Above 30 unitsAs per domestic consumer rates
Domestic Customers
Up to 100604
101 to 2004.4
Above 2006
  • The Meghalaya Electricity Tariff is stipulated by the Meghalaya State Electricity Regulatory Commission. Also known as MSERC.
  • MSERC finalizes the electricity consumption charges for the state vide order for the period 2021-22.

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