Maximum connected load and Maximum contract demand for different supply voltage levels

 The supply voltage levels for different connected loads or contract demands for new connections or for gross connected load or contract demand consequent to revision of connected load or contract demand, shall be as follows:-
 

Supply voltage

Maximum connected load (for those without demand based metering)

Maximum contract demand (for those with demand based metering)

240 V (single phase)

5 kW


415V (three phase)

100 kVA

100kVA

11 kV


3000 kVA

22kV


6000 kVA

33 kV


12000kVA

66 kV


20000kVA

110 kV


40000kVA

220 kV


>40000 kVA

 

The limit of connected load or contract demand specified for different supply voltage levels may be exceeded up to a maximum of twenty percent if supply at the appropriate higher voltage level is not feasible due to non-availability of distribution line at such higher voltage level in that area of supply.
 

Low voltage supply surcharge - Consumers availing supply at voltage lower than the one specified above for the respective limits of connected load or contract demand shall pay the low voltage supply surcharge to the KSEB at the rates as approved by KSERC.

 

High voltage supply rebate - Consumers availing supply at voltage higher than the one specified above for the respective limits of connected load or contract demand, shall be eligible for the high voltage supply rebate as approved by KSERC time to time in the tariff order and it shall be paid by KSEB to the consumer by way of adjustment in the bill for electricity charges.

 



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