What is additional charges in telangana electricity bill?

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From 0-50 units, Rs 1.45 is being charged per unit and from 51-100, Rs 2.6 per unit. From 101-200, Rs 4.3 per unit, from 201-300 Rs 7.2 per unit, from 301-400 Rs 8.5, from 401-800 Rs 9 and above 800 units, Rs 9.5 per unit is charged.

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Telangana Electricity bill Calculator: In That, The first 50 unit you need to pay ₹ 1.45 per unit and next 50 unit you have to pay ₹ 2.6, for next tariff rates for 0-100 units ₹ 3.33 per unit and for 100-200 units, you pay ₹ 4.3/ - per unit.

As per latest unit charges 2018-19 for above 200 units category: The tariff above 200 units is Rs. 5 till 200 units and 201 to 300 is Rs.7.2. for 29 days the bill. EC: 200 units/ 31 days * 29 days = 187 units * 5 = 935.00. 189-187=2 units * 7.2 = 14.40.

Download. 1. Tariff Schedule for Electric Vehicles Charging Stations/Battery Swap for FY2018-19. 2. Retail Supply Tariff schedule and Cross subsidy Surcharge & Additional Surcharge for FY 2018-19. 3. Retail Supply Tariff schedule and Cross subsidy Surcharge for FY2017-18. 4. Continuation of Retail Supply Tariff & Cross Subsidy Surcharge for ...

Raghuma Reddy, managing director of TSSPDCL said that no extra charges will be levied on the customers even if the bill is generated for every three months.

Any units after that (above 500): Rs 10.61/unit. So taking the above case, if your consumption is less than 100 units, you just pay Rs 2.96 per unit. But if your consumption increases beyond 500 units, every unit above 500 is charged at Rs 10.61 per unit.

1.5% surcharge on the current bill – for every 0.01 less than 0.85 power factor and 3% surcharge on the current bill – for every 0.01 less than 0.75 power factor.

Scrutiny of the bill reveals that a predominant portion of the billed amount, Rs.19,600, is shown under the head ‘development charges’, which would largely go unnoticed otherwise. Further, Rs.9,370...

Unlike fixed charges, it is a variable component on the electricity bill and changes as per your consumption of electricity every month. At times it is negative as well but mostly it is positive. Any reduction in the monthly consumption of electricity will surely help in bringing down the amount in this component.

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