IESCO Tariff Guide

IESCO Tariff Guide

The amount of money/charge applied by IESCO to its customers with different types of connections is called as IESCO tariff. It is the amount of money applied to each consumer for utilizing IESCO units at different hours of the day. IESCO tariff prices include the total cost of the production of electricity along with the supply and distribution of electricity to its consumers. Hence the bill payments depend upon the usage of electrical units whose prices are explicitly defined in the tariff guide IESCO of the current year.

People can view their online IESCO bills through the online portal to check the prices of the units they have been charged for to get an estimate of the tariff prices they are charged for. They can also view the tariff guide of any year online as well to manage their electrical usage and avoid unnecessary charges in the future. Different sectors have different values of tariffs as residential tariffs have less prices than for example industrial tariffs.

This is because the industrial sector uses more electrical energy and also for long intervals of time than any other sector that consumes electric energy. Further factors that directly affect the tariff rates are the type of connection applied, the Time in which the units of electricity are consumed ( such as if they are consumed during peak hours or normal hours), The power factor of the connected load, and the number of units consumed. These all factors are directly related to the tariff prices of your electricity units consumed and have a great impact on the bills.

Complete IESCO Tariff Guide

IESCO rates differ with every different connection type so there is an IESCO tariff guide that provides rates for residential, agriculture tariff, commercial, temporary supply tariffs, industrial, general services, single-point supply, residential colonies attached to industrial premises, public lighting, special contracts, and railway traction.

Below are discussed IESCO residential unit rates along with IESCO Commercial and industrial units rates to give brief know-how of how the tariff rates are applied on electric units in different connection types.

IESCO Unit Rates for Residential Connection

A-1 GENERAL SUPPLY TARIFF – RESIDENTIAL
Sr. No. TARIFF CATEGORY / PARTICULARS FIXED CHARGES Rs/kW/M APPLICABLE VARIABLE CHARGES Rs./kWh
a) For Sanctioned load up to 5 kW
I Up to 50 Units 3.95
For Consumption exceeding 50 Units
ii 1- 100 Units 7.74
iii 101- 200 Units 10.06
iv 201- 300 Units 12.15
v 301- 700 Units 19.55
vi Above 700 Units 22.65
b) For Sanctioned load 5 kW & above
Peak Off-Peak
Time Of Use 22.65 16.33

IESCO Commercial Unit Rate

A-2 GENERAL SUPPLY TARIFF – COMMERCIAL
Sr. No. TARIFF CATEGORY / PARTICULARS FIXED CHARGES Rs/kW/M APPLICABLE VARIABLE CHARGES Rs./kWh
a) For Sanctioned load up to 5 kW 19.95
b) For Sanctioned load 5 kW & above 440 21.63
Peak Off-Peak
c) Time Of Use 440 23.55 17.58

IESCO Industrial Unit Rate

B – INDUSTRIAL
Sr. No. TARIFF CATEGORY / PARTICULARS FIXED CHARGES Rs/kW/M APPLICABLE VARIABLE CHARGES Rs./kWh
B1 Up To 25 kW (at 400/230 Volts) 17.23
B2(a) Exceeding 25-500 kW (at 400 Volts) 440 16.73
Time Of Use Peak Off-Peak
B1(b) Up to 25 kW 20.79 15.23
B2(b) Exceeding 25-500 kW (at 400 Volts) 440 20.73 15.02
B3 For All Loads up to 5000 kW (at 11,33 kV) 420 20.73 14.93
B4 For All Loads (at 66,132 kV & above) 400 20.73 14.83

Conclusion

IESCO tariff rates are regulated by government officials and they give information about the price of per unit electricity. Tariff rates IESCO are different for different connection types and depend on different factors such as when the units of electricity are units and what is the power load in a particular time of electricity usage.