LT-I - DOMESTIC Tariff 2020

The LT-1 Domestic (Residential) tariff applicable to supply of electrical energy for domestic purpose (both single phase and three phase) WITH EFFECT FROM 08.07.2019

Low Tension - I- Domestic (LT-I)

Monthly consumption slab

Fixed charge

Energy
Charge

 

 

Remarks

(Rs/ Consumer/
month)

Single
phase

Three
phase

(Rs/Unit)

 

0-40

 

Nil

 

1.50

This rate is applicable only to BPL
category with connected load of and below 1000 watts.

0-50

35

90

3.15

 

Telescopic

51-100

45

90

3.70

101-150

55

100

4.80

151-200

70

100

6.40

201-250

80

100

7.60

0-300

100

110

5.80

 

 

Non- Telescopic

0-350

110

110

6.60

0-400

120

120

6.90

0-500

130

130

7.10

Above 500

150

150

7.90


Note-1. Fixed charges shall not be applicable to consumers belonging to below poverty line (BPL) category with connected load of and below
1000 watts and monthly consumption of and below 40 units.

Note-2. BPL family having cancer patients or permanently disabled persons as family members due to polio or accidents, and  consume upto 100 units per month shall be billed @Rs 1.50/unit, provided their connected load is of and below 1000 watts.

Note-4.  Home stay units approved as such by Department of Tourism shall be billed under LT-I domestic.

Note-5.  Domestic consumers shall be allowed to utilize electrical energy in a  portion of their residence for their own use for purposes other than domestic if the connected load for the purposes other than for domestic, in   their   premises does not exceed 20% of the total connected load or 1000 Watts whichever is less.   When connected load other  than for  domestic use  in  such  cases exceeds  20% of the total connected load or 1000 Watts whichever  is  less,  such  loads shall   be   segregated   and   separate     service connection shall be obtained under appropriate tariff. When this is not done, the tariff applicable to the whole service connection shall be at the appropriate tariff applicable to the connected  load used for purposes other than domestic, if such tariff is higher than the tariff for LT-I category.

Note.6: (a) The tariff for domestic consumption by the families of the victims of endosulfan tragedy in Hosdurg and Kasaragod Taluks of Kasaragod District shall be Rs.1.50 / unit for a monthly consumption up to 150 units.   If the consumption of the consumer, who is eligible for the above concession exceeds 150 units per month, the consumption in excess of 150 units will be charged at the rates specified for the slabs
151-200 units or 201-250 units as the case may be.   This concession
will not be available for the consumers with monthly consumption above 250 units.

(b) The consumer who is eligible for this concession granted to endosulfan victims has to submit to the officer in charge at the section office of the    licensee, a certificate from the revenue authorities or from the local self-government authority to prove his / her eligibility for this tariff concession.

Note-7:  (a)  The  following  water  supply  schemes,  solely  for  domestic purposes shall be charged under domestic tariff.

(i)        water    supply    schemes     under    Jalanidhi,    Jaladhara    or Swajaladhara Projects;
(ii)       water supply schemes coming under water supply societies or under beneficiary committees;
(iii)      water supply schemes for Scheduled Caste (SC) and / or Scheduled Tribe (ST) colonies;
(iv)     water  supply  schemes  for  Laksham  Veedu  Settlements taken over and managed by Local Self Government Institutions;
(v)       social drinking water supply schemes established using local area    development    funds    of    Members     of    Legislative Assembly (MLA) and / or Members of Parliament (MP);
(vi)      social  drinking  water  supply  schemes  established  using funds of Local Self Government Institutions;
(vii)     social    drinking   water    supply    schemes    under    Peoples Participatory Schemes (PPS);
(viii)    Rajeev    Gandhi    Drinking   Water    Schemes    managed    by beneficiary groups.
(b) The method for billing for the above mentioned water supply schemes solely for domestic purpose shall be as specified hereunder;

(c) The total monthly consumption of electricity of the units of such water supply schemes will be divided by the number of beneficiary households and the average consumption per households will be billed under LT – I domestic tariff.  The amount of electricity charges assessed for the average consumption per beneficiary household will then  be  multiplied  by  the  number  of  beneficiary  households  to assess the total electricity charges to be paid by the units of such schemes.

(d)  Anganwadies,  if  any,  availing  drinking  water  from  the  above water supply schemes shall also be considered as a beneficiary availing the water supply for domestic purpose and the benefit of such community drinking water schemes shall be extended to them.




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