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Tamil Nadu New Electricity EB Tariff 2022 to Whom & How Much Increasing Current Bill

Electricity Minister V. Senthil Balaji briefed reporters in Chennai on Monday about the recommendations given to the Electricity Regulatory Commission.

Chennai: How Much Increasing Current Electricity Bill in Tamil Nadu 2022 Know the complete details for 200 to 500 Units usage and above 500 units New Tariff Charges in 2022 Tamil nadu.

The Electricity New Tariff charges 2022 in Tamil Nadu range increasing from Rs.55 to Rs.1,130. The Tamil Nadu Electricity Board TANGEDCO has given recommendations to the Electricity Regulatory Commission for this tariff procedure based on electricity metering for two months. According to this, electricity charges will be increased at all levels from 101 units onwards.

Electricity Minister V. Senthil Balaji briefed reporters in Chennai on Monday about the recommendations given to the Electricity Regulatory Commission.

In Tamil Nadu, up to 100 units of electricity will be provided free of cost. Household electricity consumers are paying between Rs.20 to Rs.50 for two months as fixed charges. Exemption from this fee is provided. The DMK had made a promise to this effect during the assembly elections. With this notification, 2.37 crore household electricity consumers will be benefited. The electricity subsidy provided to the power tariff category such as cottage, agriculture, handloom, powerloom and places of worship will continue.

Unit-Wise Rate Equilibrium Suggestion

200 to 500 units: A surcharge of Rs.27.50 per month is recommended for users up to 200 units for two months. That means you will have to pay an additional Rs.55 while paying the electricity bill.

It is recommended to pay Rs.72.50 per month (Rs.155 for two months) for usage up to 300 units for two months and Rs.147.50 per month (Rs.295 for two months) for up to 400 units. An additional payment of Rs.297.50 per month (Rs.595 for 2 months) is recommended for usage up to a total of 500 units.

Up to 900 units: Rs.155 per month for consumption up to 600 units for two months (Rs.310 for 2 months), Rs.275 per month for consumption up to 700 units (Rs.550 for 2 months), consumption up to 800 units per month Rs.395 (Rs.790 for 2 months) and Rs.565 (Rs.1,130 for 2 months) for usage up to 900 units are proposed.

Single electricity bill: A total of Rs 1,130 is charged for consumption of up to 500 units of household electricity. However, when the electricity consumption increases from 500 units to 501, the electricity bill is charged to Rs.1,786. An additional charge of Rs.656.60 is payable even if one unit is used more than 500 units. These differences have been completely eliminated and converted into a single electricity bill.

New system for libraries: Electricity charges for rural and rural libraries are Rs.5.75 per unit and Rs.60 per month as fixed charge. Provision has been made to reduce the electricity bill by 30 per cent for non-commercial libraries.

It is recommended to pay a minimum of 50 cents per unit for industrial sector…small and micro business power consumers. Rs.50 per month for commercial electricity consumers and Rs.1 per unit for private educational institutions.

Up to 750 units of power looms will continue to be provided with free electricity. Above that 70 paise per unit will be charged. 40 cents per unit is recommended in electricity charges for high voltage industries. Electricity charges for railways and government educational institutes are calculated at 50 cents per unit.

One connection per house: Rs.225 per month will be charged for additional electricity connection in a house apart from rent, lease, etc.

Fees above Rs.2000: Online mode of payment is mandatory

Household electricity consumers will have to pay the electricity bill of more than Rs.2000 through the website. Professionals such as doctors, engineers, interior decorators, accountants, lawyers etc. can use up to 200 square feet at home for their professional work.

It has been decided to create a separate rate list for systems such as lighting, electric lift and water supply for public electricity connection to prevent multiple receipt of electricity subsidy for household use. Facilities like gymnasium, swimming pool, sewage treatment plant, water treatment plant, fire fighting equipment are exempted from commercial category.

These will be converted into a separate public service unit. Power Minister V. Senthil Balaji’s notification said that data centers have been recommended to be included in the electricity tariff list for industries.

Electricity subsidy can be given away

It has been decided to implement the scheme of automatically waiving electricity subsidy. In this regard, the announcement was made by Minister V Senthil Balaji

Household consumers are provided with free electricity up to 100 units. Consumers can waive the electricity subsidy themselves if they wish. It is proposed to implement the plan for this purpose. Home consumers can charge their electric vehicles at home.

For this, only the amount of household electricity bill will be charged. Similarly, commercial consumers can also charge their vehicles at their own rate. He said that such steps have been taken to promote electric vehicles.

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