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ATTENTION

Tariff Order (below) will be effective from 1st April 2013 in compliance with the orders dated 10.04.2013 of JERC for the state of Goa and Union Territories



JOINT ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
for the State of Goa and Union Territories

Petition  No.96/2013

Date of Order 10th April 2013


Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) and Retail Tariff for the Electricity Department,
Government of Puducherry for the Financial Year 2013-14

TARIFF SCHEDULE

TARIFF FOR SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY AT LOW TENSION AND HIGH TENSION

GENERAL

  1. The tariff figures indicated in this tariff schedule are the tariff rates payable by the consumers of Union Territory of Puducherry.

  2. These tariffs are exclusive of electricity duty, tax on sale of electricity, taxes and other charges levied by the Government or other competent authorities from time to time.

  3. All these tariffs for power supply are applicable to single one point of supply.

  4. The power supplied to a consumer shall be utilized only for the purpose for which supply is taken and as provided for in the tariff.

  5. The adjustment on account of fuel and power purchase cost variation shall be calculated in accordance with the FPPCA formula to be seperately notified by the Commission. Such charges shall be recovered/paid in accordance with the terms and conditions specified.

  6. Power Factor Incentive:
    The monthly average power factor of the plant and apparatus installed by the consumer should be maintained at better than 90% lagging. The monthly average power factor shall mean the ratio expressed as percentage of total kwh to total kvah supplied during the month. The ratio shall be rounded up to two figures.
    In case the monthly average power factor rises above 95%(0.95 lagging), a power factor incentive at 0.5% on demand and energy charges shall be given for each increase of 0.01 in power factor above 0.95 (lagging).


B. HIGH TENSION SUPPLY

(Tariff order extract relating to HT services)

7.0 High Tension - I

7.1 High Tension I (a)
Applicable to Industrial establishments, registered under Factories Act with contracted Maximum demand upto 2000 KVA

 High Tension I (b)
Applicable to Industrial establishments, registered under Factories with contracted Maximum demand of greater than 2000 KVA & upto 5000 KVA.

 High Tension I (c)
For Commercial establishments including Laboratories, Hotels, Marriage Halls, Cinema Theatres,Private Educational Institutions, Private Hospitals, Shopping Malls, Telephone exchanges, Broadcasting Companies, IT companies with contracted maximum demand upto 5000 KVA

7.2 The Demand and the Energy Charges are as indicated in the table below

Description

Charges

(I) HT (I) (a) – For Contracted Demand of 2000 KVA
1. Fixed (Demand) Charges Rs. 200.00 per KVA per month
2. Energy Charges
  Upto 100000 units Rs.4.35 per kWh
  Above 100000 units Rs.4.50 per kWh
HT (I) (b) – For Contracted Demand greater than 2000 and upto 5000 KVA
1. Fixed (Demand) Charges Rs.220 per kVA per month
2. Energy Charges Rs.4.70 per KWh
HT (I) (c) – For Contracted Demand  up to 5000 KVA
1. Fixed (Demand) Charges Rs.220 per kVA per month
2. Energy Charges Rs.4.70 per KWh


7.3 The billing demand shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 75% of contracted demand whichever is higher. If in anyone month, the recorded maximum demand of the consumer exceeds its contracted demand, that portion of the demand in excess of the contracted demand will be billed at double the normal rate. Similarly, energy consumption corresponding to excess demand shall alse be billed at double the normal energy rate. The definition of the maximum demand would be in accordance with the provisions of the Supply Code Regulations. If such over-drawl is more than 20% of the contract demand then the connections shall be disconnected immediately.

EXPLANATION:
Assuming the contract demand as 100 KVA, maximum demand at 120 KVA and total energy consumption as 12000 units, then the consumption corresponding to the contract demand will be 10000 units (12000 x 100/120) and consumption corresponding to the excess demand will be 2000 units. This excess demand of 20 KVA and excess consumption of 2000 units will be billed at twice the respective normal rate. eg. in case of HT(i)(b) category, excess demand and consumption will be billed at the rate of Rs.440 per KVA per month and Rs.9.40/KWh respectively.

 

8.0 High Tension - II

8.1 Applicable to State and Central Government establishments of non-industrial and non-commercial nature.

8.2 The demand and energy charges are as indicated in the table below.

Description

Charges

Fixed (Demand) Charges Rs. 220.00 per kVA per month
Energy Charges Rs.4.60 per kWh

8.3 The billing shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 75% of contracted demand whichever is higher. If in any month, the recorded maximum demand of the consumer exceeds its contracted demand, that portion of the demand in excess of the contracted demand will be billed at double the normal rate. Similarly, energy consumption corresponding to excess demand shall also be billed at double the normal energy rate. The definition of the maximum demand would be in accordance with the provisions of the Supply Code Regulation. If such over drawl is more than 20% of the contract demand then the connections shall be disconnected immediately. Refer para 7.3 for illustration.

9.0 High Tension - III

9.1 Applicable to all types of industries supplied at 110 KV or 132 KV as the case may be.

9.2 The demand and energy charges are as indicated in the table below.

Description

Charges

Fixed (Demand) Charges Rs. 200.00 per kVA per month
Energy Charges Rs.4.50 per kWh

9.3 The billing shall be the maximum demand recorded during the month or 75% of contracted demand whichever is higher. If in any month, the recorded maximum demand of the consumer exceeds its contracted demand, that portion of the demand in excess of the contracted demand will be billed at double the normal rate. Similarly, energy consumption corresponding to excess demand shall also be billed at double the normal energy rate. The definition of the maximum demand would be in accordance with the provisions of the Supply Code Regulation. If such over drawl is more than 20% of the contract demand then the connections shall be disconnected immediately. Refer para 7.3 for illustration.

Supply Voltage for all HT categories:
The supply voltage for HT consumers up to 5000KVA will be 33 KV, 22 KV, or 11 KV as the case may be. New High Tension consumers who want to avail a contract demand above 5000 KVA or existing High Tension consumers who want to enhance their demand beyond total contract demand of 5000 KVA should avail power at 110KV or 132 KV as the case may be.

NOTE:

An additional surcharge of 10% will be levied to all consumers except OHOB and Agriculture category, above tariff rates on the fixed and energy charges (excluding taxes etc) towards the recovery of the past accumulated deficit.

 

 


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