Sie sind auf Seite 1von 16

(A Government of West Bengal Enterprise)

“Vidyut Bhavan”, Bidhannagar, Block – DJ, Sector – II, Kolkata – 700 091
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Sub: Tariff and Associated Terms and Conditions vide Order dated 04/07/2018 of the Hon’ble West Bengal Electricity Regulatory Commission.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

As per aforesaid order of the Hon’ble Commission, the applicable tariff and related conditions for all categories of consumer s of WBSEDCL for the year
2017-18 are given below:
Tariff Schedule:

LOW AND MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONSUMERS


Optional tariff Scheme
Applicable Tariff Scheme
Optional Tariff Scheme – I Optional Tariff Scheme - II
Consumer Name of the Quarterly Energy Fixed Charge / Consumer Name of the Quarterly consumption Energy Fixed Charge/ Consumer Name of Quarterly Energy Charge Fixed Charge/
category Tariff consumption in Charge Demand Charge * category Tariff in KWH Charge Demand Charge * category the Tariff consumption in Demand
Sl No Type of Consumer
Scheme KWH P/kWh in Rs/KVA/mon Scheme in Rs/KVA/mon Scheme KWH Charge *
P/kWh P/kWh
in
Rs/KVA/mon

Life Line Rate


1.
(Domestic ) A(DM-LL)
Normal 0 to 75 356 5 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

First 102 526


Next 78 586
Rate Next 120 673 Rate
2. Domestic (Rural)
A(DM-R)
Normal 15 A(DM- Prepaid All units 664 15 NOT APPLICABLE

Next 300 723 R)PP

Next 300 732


Above 900 899
First 102 530
Next 78 597
Rate
Next 120 697 Rate
3. Domestic (Urban)
A(DM-U)
Normal
Next 300 731 15 A(DM- Prepaid All units 664 15 NOT APPLICABLE
U)PP
Next 300 758
Above 900 899
First 180 617 06.00 hrs to 06.00 hrs to All
All units 774 764
Next 120 737 17.00 hrs 17.00 hrs units
Rate
4. Commercial (Rural)
Rate Next 150 802 30
Rate Normal -
17.00 hrs to 30 A(Cm-
Prepaid-
17.00 hrs to All 30
928 926
Normal
A(CM-R) A(CM-R)T TOD All units TOD
Next 450 845 23.00 hrs. R)tpp 23.00 hrs. units

23.00 hrs to 23.00 hrs to All


Above 900 894 06.00 hrs.
All units 658 06.00 hrs. units 652
First 180 619 06.00 hrs to 06.00 hrs to All
17.00 hrs
All units 774 17.00 hrs units 764
Next 120 739 Rate
5. Commercial (Urban)
Rate
Normal Next 150 802 30
Rate Normal -
17.00 hrs to 30 A(Cm-
Prepaid -
17.00 hrs to All 30
A(CM-U) A(Cm-U)T TOD All units 928 TOD
926
Next 450 845 23.00 hrs. U)tpp 23.00 hrs. units

23.00 hrs to 23.00 hrs to All


Above 900 894 06.00 hrs.
All units 658 06.00 hrs. units 652

Page 1 of 16
LOW AND MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONSUMERS
Optional tariff Scheme
Applicable Tariff Scheme
Optional Tariff Scheme – I Optional Tariff Scheme - II
Consumer Name of the Quarterly Energy Fixed Charge / Consumer Name of the Quarterly consumption Energy Fixed Charge/ Consumer Name of Quarterly Energy Charge Fixed Charge/
category Tariff consumption in Charge Demand Charge * category Tariff in KWH Charge Demand Charge * category the Tariff consumption in Demand
Sl No Type of Consumer
Scheme KWH P/kWh in Rs/KVA/mon Scheme in Rs/KVA/mon Scheme KWH Charge *
P/kWh P/kWh
in
Rs/KVA/mon

06.00 hrs. –
17.00 hrs. & On all
Public utility/
20.00 hrs - units 663
Specified Institution Rate Rate Rate
23.00 hrs.
693 75 683 75 75
Prepaid -
6. Public Bodies A(CM-PU) Normal On all Units A(CM-PU) Prepaid On all Units A(Cm-PU) TOD 17.00 hrs to On all
(MUN) (MUN) PP (Mun) ppt
20.00 hrs. units 725
23.00 hrs to On all
In Municipal Area
06.00 hrs units 620
06.00 hrs. –
17.00 hrs. & On all
Public utility/
Rate Rate Rate 20.00 hrs - units 663
Specified Institution
A(CM-PU) A(CM-PU) A(Cm-PU) Prepaid - 23.00 hrs.
7. Public Bodies Normal On all Units 693 75 Prepaid On all Units 683 75 17.00 hrs to On all 75
(NON-
MUN)
(NON-
MUN) PP
(Non-Mun)
ppt
TOD
20.00 hrs. units 725
In Non Municipal 23.00 hrs to On all
Area 06.00 hrs units 620
Rate
8. Government School
A(CM-I)
Normal On all Units 477 25 NOT APPLICABLE

06.00 hrs to
Cottage Industry /
First 300 599 17.00 hrs
All units 669
Artisan / Weavers / 17.00 hrs to
Small production
Rate
Next 300 742 Rate 23.00 hrs.
All units 731
17 17
Prepaid -
9. oriented Normal A(CM-II) TOD
NOT APPLICABLE
A(CM-II)
establishment not PPT
run by electricity as 23.00 hrs to
motive power
above 600 776 06.00 hrs.
All units 626

06.00 hrs to
Poultry, Duckery,
Horticulture, Tissue 17.00 hrs
All units 766
culture,
Rate
Floriculture, Herbal Rate
786 17 17
Prepaid - 17.00 hrs to
10.
– Medicinal – Bio- A(CM-III)
Normal On all Units A(CM-III)
PPT
TOD
23.00 hrs.
All units 837 NOT APPLICABLE

diesel Plant
Farming, Food
23.00 hrs to
Processing Unit
06.00 hrs.
All units 717

Page 2 of 16
LOW AND MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Optional tariff Scheme


Applicable Tariff Scheme
Optional Tariff Scheme – I Optional Tariff Scheme - II
Consumer Name of the Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/ Demand Consumer Name of the Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/ Consumer Name of Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/
Sl
Type of Consumer category Tariff Scheme consumption in Charge Charge* in category Tariff consumption in KWH Charge Demand category the Tariff consumption in Charge Demand
No
KWH P/kWh Rs/KVA/mon Scheme P/kWh Charge* Scheme KWH P/kWh Charge*
in Rs/KVA/mon in Rs/KVA/mon

Labour Line Rate


1.
(Domestic ) A(DM-L)
Normal All units 616 15 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

06.00 hrs to 06.00 hrs to 17.00 All


17.00 hrs
All units 378 hrs units 368
Irrigation pumping for
Rate Rate Prepaid - 17.00 hrs to 23.00 All
2. Agriculture Normal TOD 17.00 hrs to All units 748 20 688 20 NOT APPLICABLE
C(T) 23.00 hrs. C(T)PPT TOD hrs. units
(Metered)
23.00 hrs to 23.00 hrs to 06.00 All
06.00 hrs
All units 242 hrs units 279
Irrigation pumping for
Agriculture (Metered
3.
supply from mixed HV
Rate C(A) Normal All units 475 30 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE
feeder )
06.00 hrs to
17.00 hrs
All units 720
Rate 17.00 hrs to
5. Commercial Plantation
A(CM) - CP
Prepaid- TOD
23.00 hrs.
All units 875 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

23.00 hrs to
06.00 hrs
All units 681
06.00 hrs to
17.00 hrs
All units 447
Short Term Irrigation Rate 17.00 hrs to
6.
Supply C(T) - STIS
Prepaid- TOD 23.00 hrs. All units 825 20 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

23.00 hrs to
06.00 hrs
All units 279
06.00 hrs to
17.00 hrs
All units 720
Short Term supply for Rate 17.00 hrs to
7.
Commercial Plantation A(CM)-STCP
Prepaid- TOD
23.00 hrs.
All units 923 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

23.00 hrs to
06.00 hrs
All units 679

Page 3 of 16
LOW AND MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Optional tariff Scheme


Applicable Tariff Scheme
Optional Tariff Scheme – I Optional Tariff Scheme - II
Consumer Name of the Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/ Demand Consumer Name of the Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/ Consumer Name of Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/
Sl
Type of Consumer category Tariff Scheme consumption in Charge Charge* in category Tariff consumption in KWH Charge Demand category the Tariff consumption in Charge Demand
No
KWH P/kWh Rs/KVA/mon Scheme P/kWh Charge* Scheme KWH P/kWh Charge*
in Rs/KVA/mon in Rs/KVA/mon

06.00 hrs to
17.00 hrs
All units 758
Rate 17.00 hrs to
8. Short-term Supply
A(ST)
Prepaid - TOD 23.00 hrs. All units 826 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE
23.00 hrs to
06.00 hrs
All units 715
06.00 hrs. – 17.00
All
hrs. & 20.00 hrs -
Units 698
23.00 hrs.
Public Water Works & Rate Rate Prepaid -
9
Sewerage System B (II)
Normal On all Units 712 40 B(II) tpp TOD 17.00 hrs to 20.00 All
40 NOT APPLICABLE
hrs. Units 1047
23.00 hrs to 06.00 All
hrs Units 482
06.00 hrs to 17.00 All
First 500 604 hrs Units 663
17.00 hrs to 23.00 All
Rate Next 1500 724 Rate Normal -
10. Industry (Rural)
B(I-R)
Normal 50 B(I-R) t TOD
hrs Units
798 50 NOT APPLICABLE
All
Units
Above 2000 749 23.00 hrs to 06.00 All
hrs Units 495
06.00 hrs to 17.00 All
First 500 620 hrs Units 677
Rate Rate Normal - 17.00 hrs to 23.00 All
11. Industry (Urban)
B(I-U)
Normal Next 1500 745 50 B(I-U) t TOD hrs Units 814 50 NOT APPLICABLE
23.00 hrs to 06.00 All
Above 2000 775 hrs Units 505
Rate
12. Street Lighting
D(1)
Normal On all Units 664 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

Rate
13. Street Lighting with LED
D(2)
Normal On all Units 480 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE

06.00 hrs to 17.00


On all
hrs & 20.00 hrs to
Units 688
Private Educational 23.00 hrs
Rate Rate Normal -
14. Institutions and
D(4)
Normal On all Units 708 75 D(4) t TOD 17.00 hrs to 20.00 On all 75 NOT APPLICABLE
Hospitals hrs Units 751
23.00 hrs to 06.00 On all
hrs Units 643
06.00 hrs to On all
17.00 hrs Units 772
Rate 17.00 hrs to On all
15. Emergency Supply
D(5)
Prepaid- TOD
23.00 hrs Units 933 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE
23.00 hrs to On all
06.00 hrs Units 732

Page 4 of 16
LOW AND MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Optional tariff Scheme


Applicable Tariff Scheme
Optional Tariff Scheme – I Optional Tariff Scheme - II
Consumer Name of the Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/ Demand Consumer Name of the Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/ Consumer Name of Monthly Energy Fixed Charge/
Sl
Type of Consumer category Tariff Scheme consumption in Charge Charge* in category Tariff consumption in KWH Charge Demand category the Tariff consumption in Charge Demand
No
KWH P/kWh Rs/KVA/mon Scheme P/kWh Charge* Scheme KWH P/kWh Charge*
in Rs/KVA/mon in Rs/KVA/mon

06.00 hrs. –
17.00 hrs. & On all
20 .00 hrs to Units 772
Construction Power 23.00 hrs
15.
Supply
Rate D(6) Prepaid-TOD 17.00 hrs to On all 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE
20.00 hrs. Units 933
23.00 hrs to On all
06.00 hrs Units 732
Bulk Supply at single 06.00 hrs to 17.00 On all
point to Co-operative hrs Units 688
Group Housing Society
for providing power to its Rate Normal - 17.00 hrs to 23.00 On all
16.
members or person for
Rate D(7) Normal All units 698 75 D(7)t TOD hrs Units 751 75 NOT APPLICABLE
providing power to its
employees in a single 23.00 hrs to 06.00 On all
premises hrs Units 632
06.00 hrs. –
17.00 hrs. & On all
20 .00 hrs to Units 772
Common Services of 23.00 hrs
17.
Industrial Estate
Rate D(8) Prepaid - TOD 17.00 hrs to On all 75 NOT APPLICABLE NOT APPLICABLE
20.00 hrs. Units 933
23.00 hrs to On all
06.00 hrs Units 732
06.00 hrs. – 17.00 On all
hrs. Units 684
Industrial consumers (50
Normal 17.00 hrs to 23.00 On all
18. KVA and above but upto Rate B- IDI Normal All units 693 255 Rate B- IDIT
TOD hrs. Units 821 255 NOT APPLICABLE
125 KVA)
23.00 hrs to 06.00 On all
hrs Units 513
06.00 hrs. – 17.00 On all
hrs. Units 704
Commercial consumers
Normal 17.00 hrs to 23.00 On all
19. (50 KVA and above but Rate B- IDC Normal All units 712 255 Rate B- IDCT
TOD hrs. Units 985 255 NOT APPLICABLE
upto 125 KVA)
23.00 hrs to 06.00 On all
hrs Units 464
06.00 hrs. – 17.00 On all
hrs. Units 664
Domestic consumers (50
Normal 17.00 hrs to 23.00 On all
20. KVA and above but upto Rate D- ID Normal All units 684 35 Rate B- IDCT
TOD hrs. Units 930 35 NOT APPLICABLE
125 KVA) 23.00 hrs to 06.00 On all
hrs Units 439
06.00 hrs. – 17.00 On all
Other than Commercial
hrs. Units 582
and Industrial
Normal 17.00 hrs to 23.00 On all
21. consumers (50 KVA and Rate C- ID Normal All units 623 255 Rate C- IDT
TOD hrs. Units 815 255 NOT APPLICABLE
above but upto 125
23.00 hrs to 06.00 On all
KVA) hrs Units 384
Note :- * Fixed Charge will be applicable for the Consumer having Contract Demand below 50 KVA and Demand Charge will be applicable for the consumer having Contract Demand of 50 KVA and above.

Page 5 of 16
HIGH & EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Sl Type of Consumer Applicable Tariff Scheme Optional Tariff Scheme


No
Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand
category Tariff month in KWH Charge category Tariff month in KWH Charge
Scheme P/kWh Scheme P/kWh
(Rs./ KVA/ (Rs./ KVA/
Summer Monsoon Winter
Summer Monsoon Winter month) month)

06.00 hrs-
17.00 hrs
& All Units 628 626 624
20.00 hrs-
23.00 hrs
647 645 643 384 384
Public Utility Normal -
1 Rate E(A) Normal All Units Rate E(AT)
(11 KV) TOD
945 942 939
17.00 hrs-
All Units
20.00 hrs

494 493 492


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

06.00 hrs-
17.00 hrs
& All Units 615 613 611
20.00 hrs-

637 635 633 384 384


Public Utility Normal - 23.00 hrs
2 Rate F(A) Normal All Units Rate F(AT)
(33 KV) TOD
923 920 917
17.00 hrs-
All Units
20.00 hrs

483 481 479


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

708 707 706


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

850 849 848


17.00 hrs-
720 719 718 384 384
Industries Normal - All Units
3 Rate E(B) Normal All Units Rate E(BT) 23.00 hrs
(11 KV) TOD

531 530 529


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

703 701 699


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

717 715 713 384 844 841 838 384


Industries Normal - 17.00 hrs-
4 Rate F(B) Normal All Units Rate F(bt) All Units
(33 KV) TOD 23.00 hrs

527 526 524


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

691 689 687


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

829 826 823


17.00 hrs-
713 711 709 384 384
Industries Normal - All Units
5 Rate H(B) Normal All Units Rate H(BT) 23.00 hrs
(132 KV) TOD

518 516 515


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

631 629 627


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

757 754 751


17.00 hrs-
384
Industries Normal - All Units
6 Rate I(BT) 23.00 hrs NOT APPLICABLE
(220KV) TOD

473 472 471


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

Page 6 of 16
HIGH & EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Sl Type of Consumer Applicable Tariff Scheme Optional Tariff Scheme


No
Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand
category Tariff month in KWH Charge category Tariff month in KWH Charge
Scheme P/kWh Scheme P/kWh
(Rs./ KVA/ (Rs./ KVA/
Summer Monsoon Winter
Summer Monsoon Winter month) month)

611 609 607


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

733 730 727


17.00 hrs-
384
Industries Normal - All Units
7 Rate J(BT) 23.00 hrs NOT APPLICABLE
(400 KV) TOD

458 457 456


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs
06.00 hrs-
17.00 hrs
All Units 683 681 682
Community
1009 1006 1008
17.00 hrs-
34
Normal -
8 Irrigation/ Rate S(GT) All Units NOT APPLICABLE
TOD 23.00 hrs
Irrigation
402 400 401
23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

743 741 739


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

384
Commercial Normal -
1025 1022 1019
9 Rate S(CPT) 17.00 hrs- NOT APPLICABLE
Plantation TOD All Units
23.00 hrs

509 508 507


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

723 719 721


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

34
Short Term Rate Normal -
1072 1066 1069
10 17.00 hrs- NOT APPLICABLE
Irrigation Supply S(GT-ST) TOD All Units
23.00 hrs

422 420 421


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

Short Term
06.00 hrs-
17.00 hrs
All Units 743 741 739
11
Supply for
Commercial
Rate
S(CPT-ST)
Normal -
TOD
17.00 hrs-
23.00 hrs
All Units 1025 1022 1019 384 NOT APPLICABLE

509 508 507


Plantation 23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

677 676 675


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

1016 1013 1010


17.00 hrs-
694 692 690 384 384
Commercial Rate Rate Normal - All Units
12 Normal All Units 23.00 hrs
(11 KV) E( C ) E( CT ) TOD

399 398 397


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

Page 7 of 16
HIGH & EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Sl Type of Consumer Applicable Tariff Scheme Optional Tariff Scheme


No
Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand
category Tariff month in KWH Charge category Tariff month in KWH Charge
Scheme P/kWh Scheme P/kWh
(Rs./ KVA/ (Rs./ KVA/
Summer Monsoon Winter
Summer Monsoon Winter month) month)

676 675 674


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

691 689 687 384 384


Commercial Rate Rate Normal -
1014 1013 1011
13 Normal All Units 17.00 hrs-
(33 KV) F( C ) F(CT) TOD All Units
23.00 hrs

398 397 396


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

668 666 664


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

1003 1001 999


17.00 hrs-
688 686 684 384 384
Commercial Rate Rate Normal - All Units
14 Normal All Units 23.00 hrs
(132 KV) H(C) H(CT) TOD

395 394 393


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

705 703 701


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

728 726 724 35 35


Rate Rate Normal -
793 791 789
All Units 17.00 hrs-
15 Domestic Normal All Units
S(D) S(DT) TOD 23.00 hrs

647 645 644


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

06.00 hrs-

Public Water
17.00 hrs &
All Units 628 626 624
20.00 hrs-
647 645 643 384 384
Works & Rate Rate Normal - 23.00 hrs
16 Normal All Units
Sewerage E (PW) E(PWT) TOD
944 941 938
17.00 hrs-
(11 KV) All Units
20.00 hrs

494 493 492


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs
06.00 hrs-
17.00 hrs &
& All Units 614 612 610
Public Water 20.00 hrs-
634 632 630 384 384
Works & Rate Rate Normal - 23.00 hrs
17 Normal All Units
Sewerage F(PW) F(PWT) TOD
923 920 917
17.00 hrs-
(33 KV) All Units
20.00 hrs

482 480 478


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs
Sports Complex &
Auditorium run by
Govt./ local
751 750 748 34
Rate
18 bodies for cultural Normal All Units NOT APPLICABLE
S(C )
affairs

Page 8 of 16
HIGH & EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Sl Type of Consumer Applicable Tariff Scheme Optional Tariff Scheme


No
Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand
category Tariff month in KWH Charge category Tariff month in KWH Charge
Scheme P/kWh Scheme P/kWh
(Rs./ KVA/ (Rs./ KVA/
Summer Monsoon Winter
Summer Monsoon Winter month) month)

596 595 594


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs
Cold storage or
613 612 611 360 360
Rate Rate Normal -
834 833 831
19 Dairies with Normal All Units 17.00 hrs-
S(F) S(ft) TOD All Units
Chilling Plant 23.00 hrs

393 392 391


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

752 750 748


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

384
Emergency Rate
1057 1054 1051
20 Normal-TOD 17.00 hrs- NOT APPLICABLE
Supply S(ES) All Units
23.00 hrs

499 497 495


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs
06.00 hrs-

752 750 748


17.00 hrs &
All Units
20.00 hrs.-
23.00 hrs
384
Construction
21 Rate S(CON) Normal-TOD NOT APPLICABLE
1057 1054 1051
Power Supply 17.00 hrs-
All Units
20.00 hrs

499 497 495


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs
Bulk Supply at
single point to Co- 06.00 hrs- All Units
17.00 hrs
737 735 733
operative Group

812 810 808


Housing Society for
17.00 hrs- All Units
providing power to
764 762 760 34 34
Normal - 23.00 hrs
22 its members or Rate S(CO) Normal All Units Rate S(cot)
TOD
person for
providing power to
670 668 666
23.00 hrs-
its employees in a All Units
06.00 hrs
single premises

06.00 hrs-

772 770 768


17.00 hrs &
All Units
20.00 hrs.-
Common Services 23.00 hrs
384
Rate E Normal -
23 of Industrial NOT APPLICABLE
1081 1078 1075
(CT-CS) TOD 17.00 hrs-
Estate All Units
20.00 hrs

628 627 626


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

715 713 710 360


Traction
24 Rate T (A) Normal All Units NOT APPLICABLE
(25 KV)

Page 9 of 16
HIGH & EXTRA HIGH VOLTAGE CONSUMERS

Sl Type of Consumer Applicable Tariff Scheme Optional Tariff Scheme


No
Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand Consumer Name of the Consumption per Energy Charge Demand
category Tariff month in KWH Charge category Tariff month in KWH Charge
Scheme P/kWh Scheme P/kWh
(Rs./ KVA/ (Rs./ KVA/
Summer Monsoon Winter
Summer Monsoon Winter month) month)

715 713 710 360


Traction
25 Rate T (B) Normal All Units NOT APPLICABLE
(132 KV)
Metro Rail,
26 Airports under Rate T (M) Normal All Units 693 688 683 105 NOT APPLICABLE
RCS-UDDAN

747 745 743


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs

1050 1048 1046 384


Normal - 17.00 hrs-
27 Short-term Supply Rate S(ST) All Units NOT APPLICABLE
TOD 23.00 hrs

504 502 500


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

777 775 773


06.00 hrs-
All Units
17.00 hrs
Private Educational Rate Rate
789 787 785 384
Normal -
856 854 852
17.00 hrs-
28
Institutions E (C-EI)
Normal All Units
E (ct-ei) TOD 23.00 hrs
All Units 384

707 706 705


23.00 hrs-
All Units
06.00 hrs

Rate
29 MES
E (C-M)
Normal All Units 631 629 627 192 NOT APPLICABLE

Page 10 of 16
Details of different tariff schemes of different classes of consumers and various associated terms and conditions are specifi ed in various regulations and in
Annexure - C1 and Annexure - C2 of the West Bengal Electricity Regulatory Commission (Terms and Conditions of Tariff) Regulations, 2011 as amended
thereinafter referred to as the "Tariff Regulations")

Commission decides not to amend the associated terms and conditions of tariff as approved in the tariff order for 2016 – 2017 and subsequent order dated
08.02.2017 in Case No OA-242/16-17. Accordingly the associated terms and conditions applicable to the consumers of WBSEDCL in 2017 – 2018 are
given in subsequent paragraphs.

1. Load Factor Rebate / Surcharge:

1.1 In order to reduce the overall system T&D loss and to flatten the load curve by improving the existing system load factor of WBSEDCL, the
voltage-wise graded load factor rebate applicable for the EHV and HV industrial consumers and L&MV industrial consumer under rate (B-IDI
and B-IDIT) will be as per the following table:

LOAD FACTOR REBATE (paise/ kWh)


Range Of Load Factor (LF) Supply Voltage
Below 33 33 KV Above 33 KV
Above 55% Up to 60% 1 2 3
Above 60% Up to 65% 7 8 9
Above 65% Up to 70% - 14 29 39
Above 70% Up to 75% 20 35 45
Above 75% Up to 80% 25 40 50
Above 80% Up to 85% 30 45 55
Above 85% Up to 90% 35 50 60
Above 90% Up to 92% 40 55 65
Above 92% Up to 95% 45 60 70
Above 95% 50 65 75

1.2 The above load factor rebate shall be applicable on total quantum of energy consumed in the billing period.(For example a 33 KV industrial
consumer at 85% load factor shall be eligible for a rebate @ 45 paise/KWH on the total quantum of energy consumed in the billing period).

1.3 Industrial consumer whose contract demand is 1.5 MVA or above will get additional rebate as per following table subject to the condition that

Page 11 of 16
payment is made within the due date.

Additional Load Factor Rebate (Paise / KWH)


Load Factor 2017-18
Above 65 % but upto 80 % 20
Above 80% 35

1.4 Load factor surcharge shall continue at the prevailing rate for those categories of consumers to whom these are applicable at present
including the L&MV industrial consumer under rate (B-IDI and B-IDIT, B-IDC and B-IDCT). Load factor rebate and load factor surcharge shall
be computed in accordance with the formula and associated principles given in regulations 3.9.2, 3.9.3 and 3.9.4 of the Tariff Regulations and
at the rates mentioned in paragraphs 1.1 to 1.3 above.
1.5 Additional Load factor rebate as per order dated 08.02.2017 in Case No OA-242/16-17 shall continue at the prevailing rate for those
categories of consumers to whom these are applicable at present.
2. Fixed I Demand Charge:

(a) The fixed charge shall be applicable to different categories of consumers at the rates as shown in above tariff schedule.

(b) The demand charge shall be applicable to different categories of consumers as per rates as shown in above tariff schedule on the basis
of recorded demand as specified in regulation 4.3.3 of the Tariff Regulations subject to the conditions specified in the Tariff Regulations.

(c) When a new consumer gets connected to the system, the computation of fixed charge or demand charge for that month shall be made
pro-rata for the number of days of supply in that particular month.

3. Subject to the condition as specified in regulation 4.13 of the Tariff Regulations, the minimum charge shall continue at the existing level tor all
consumers.
4. In case of short term supply to Pandals for Community religious ceremonies, a rebate of 30 paise/kWh on energy charge of each unit will be
given prospectively from the date of this order if the entire illumination is done with LED.

5. For all consumers, excluding consumers having pre-paid meters, rebate shall be given @ 1% of the amount of the bill excluding meter rent, taxes,

Page 12 of 16
duties, levies and arrears (not being the arrears due to revision of tariff) if the payment is made within the due date.

6. A special rebate of 25 paise/kWh for 2017-18 on energy charge shall be given to the Cold storage or dairy with chilling plant under C-ID and C-IDT
tariff category. This rebate shall be given before giving effect to the rebate mentioned in paragraph 5 above.

7. In order to encourage one time payment for three months bill a special rebate of 10 paise per unit for 2017-18 on energy charge shall be given to
domestic and commercial consumers under LV and MV categories covered by quarterly billing cycle under normal or normal-TOD tariff scheme if
the payment is made for the quarter at a time within the due date stipulated for the first month of the quarter. This rebate shall be in addition to
rebate under paragraph 5 for normal meter or normal TOD meter and will be given effect after giving effect to rebate under paragraph 5.

8. In addition to the rebate under paragraphs 4, 5, 6 and 7 above, if the payment is made within due date, then an additional rebate of 1% of the
amount of the bill excluding meter rent, taxes, duties, levies and arrears (not being arrears due to revision of tariff) would be allowed to the
consumers who would pay their energy bills through e-payment facility (through web by using net banking, debit card, credit card, electronic clearing
scheme). A rebate of Rs. 5.0 will be admissible prospectively if any consumer opt for e-bill following regulation 3.1.10 of West Bengal Electricity
Regulatory Commission (Electricity Supply Code) Regulations, 2013.These rebates are applicable after giving effect to the rebate under paragraphs
4, 5, 6 and 7.
9. The additional 1% rebate as mentioned in paragraph 8 above shall also be admissible if the payment of energy bill is made within the due date
through valued card wallet system or USSD or Instapay of Banks or online payment through any mobile software application. This rebate shall be
given after giving effect to rebate mentioned in paragraphs 4,5,6,7 above.
10. Power Factor Rebate/Surcharge:
(a) The power factor rebate and surcharge shall continue for all categories of consumers under HV & EHV including the consumers under rates
T(A), T(B) and T(M) and also for L&MV industrial consumers under rate B-IDI and B-IDIT to whom those are already applicable at present. The
power factor rebate and surcharge shall also be applicable to the consumers under rates B-IDC, B-IDCT, D-ID, D-IDT,C-ID and C-IDT. The rate
of rebate and surcharge and the methods of calculation of such rebate and surcharge for the year 2017-18 are given below:

Power Factor (PF) Power Factor Rebate & surcharge On Energy Charge in Percentage
Range For Consumers Under TOD Tariff For Consumers Under non-
Normal Period Peak Period Off-Peak Period TOD Tariff
(6.00 AM to 5.00 PM) (5.00 PM to 11.00 PM) (11.00 PM to 6.00AM)
Rebate in % Surcharge in % Rebate in % Surcharge in % Rebate in % Surcharge in % Rebate in % Surcharge in %
PF > 0.99 8.00 0.00 9.00 0.00 7.00 0.00 5.00 0.00
PF>0.98 & PF=<0.99 7.00 0.00 8.00 0.00 6.00 0.00 4.00 0.00
PF> 0.97& PF=<0.98 5.00 0.00 6.00 0.00 4.00 0.00 3.00 0.00
PF>0.96 & PF=<0.97 4.00 0.00 5.00 0.00 3.00 0.00 2.50 0.00

Page 13 of 16
PF>0.95 & PF=<0.96 3.00 0.00 4.00 0.00 2.00 0.00 2.00 0.00
PF>0.94 & PF=<0.95 2.25 0.00 3.00 0.00 1.50 0.00 1.50 0.00
PF>0.93 & PF=<0.94 1.50 0.00 2.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 0.00
PF>0.92 & PF=<0.93 0.75 0.00 1.00 0.00 0.5 0.00 0.50 0.00
PF>0.86& PF=<0.92 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
PF>=0.85 & PF<0.86 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.25 0.00 0.75 0.00 0.75
PF>=0.84 & PF<0.85 0.00 2.00 0.00 2.50 0.00 1.50 0.00 1.50
PF>=0.83 & PF<0.84 0.00 2.50 0.00 3.25 0.00 1.75 0.00 1.75
PF>=0.82 & PF<0.83 0.00 3.00 0.00 4.00 0.00 2.00 0.00 2.00
PF>=0.81 & PF<0.82 0.00 4.00 0.00 5.00 0.00 3.00 0.00 2.50
PF>=0.80 & PF<0.81 0.00 5.00 0.00 6.00 0.00 4.00 0.00 3.00
PF<0.80 0.00 6.00 0.00 7.00 0.00 5.00 0.00 3.50

(b)The rebate and surcharge against different time periods shall be reflected in the bill separately and shall be treated separately.

11. For short term supply, emergency supply and for supply of construction power, there shall be no rebate or surcharge for load factor and power
factor.

12. Delayed payment surcharge shall be applicable as per regulation 4.14 of the Tariff Regulations.

13. All existing charges relating to meter rent, meter testing, meter replacement, fuse call charges, disconnection and reconnection etc. shall continue.

14. A consumer opting for pre-paid meter shall not be required to make any security deposit.

15. All statutory levies like Electricity Duty or any other taxes, duties etc. imposed by the State Govt. / Central Govt. or any other competent authority
shall be extra and shall not be a part of the tariff as determined under this tariff order.

16. All the rates and conditions of tariff are effective from 1st April 2017 and onwards. This rate will continue till further order of the Commission. The
rates mentioned in above Tariff Schedule to the Tariff Order for the year 2017-18 exclude the monthly variable cost adjustment (MVCA), if any,
realized/to be realized by WBSEDCL
17. In addition to the tariff determined under the tariff order for the year 2017-18, WBSEDCL would further be entitled to realize additional sums towards
enhanced cost of fuel and power purchase, if any, as per provisions of the tariff regulations based on the tariff of this order. While computing MVCA,
direction in paragraph 4.2 of the Tariff Order for the year 2015-16 dated 10.08.2015 shall be complied with.
18. The MVCA realized by WBSEDCL from 1st April 2017 shall not be considered for adjustments, if any, as per the tariff order for the year 2017-
18.The MVCA realized by WBSEDCL is subject to truing up during Fuel and Power Purchase Cost Adjustment(FPPCA) and Annual Performance
Review(APR) for the year as per provision of Tariff Regulation.

Page 14 of 16
19. For any pre-paid and TOD tariff scheme, other charges shall be the charges applicable to the consumers under respective category of non-TOD
tariff.

20. An applicant for short term supplies through pre-paid meter shall have to comply with all necessary formalities for obtaining supply including
payment in accordance with the Regulations made by the Commission. The same will be subject to the following conditions:

a) Provision of requisite meter security deposit to be kept with licensee,


b) Provision of space for installing weather-proof, safe and secure terminal services apparatus to protect sophisticated meter; and
c) Availability of prepaid-meter of appropriate capacity.

21. To avail the rate for street lighting with LED [Rate D (2)], the supply should be metered and all the street lights under the same meter shall be
illuminated with LED. For mixed type of street lights under single meter the rate D (1) shall be applicable.

22. For a consumer with prepaid meter who has purchased voucher prior to the date of issue of this Tariff Order, the existing voucher will continue till
such voucher is exhausted.

23. As a part of demand side management to encourage the 33 kV and 132 kV industrial consumers having monthly consumption above 1.0 MU, to
reduce their drawal of load in peak period and to shift the load to off-peak period the following rebates shall be allowed:

(a) a rebate equivalent to the difference of the following two will be allowed:
i) Demand charge calculated as per regulation 4.3.6 of the Tariff Regulations; and
ii) Demand charge computed based on the maximum demand of normal period or maximum demand of peak period or contract demand in
case of off-peak period or 85% of contract demand whichever is higher, if those industries keep their maximum demand during off-peak
period within 150% of contract demand.

(b) Similarly for the above consumers keeping their maximum demand during off-peak period within 150% of contract demand, a rebate
equivalent to the difference of the following two will also be allowed:
i) Additional demand charge calculated as per regulation 4.7.2 of Tariff Regulations; and
ii) Demand charge computed based on the methodology for additional demand charge for the normal and peak period will be as per
regulation 4.7.2 of Tariff Regulations but there will be no additional demand charge applicable for off-peak period.

(c) Similarly for the above consumers, keeping their maximum demand during off-peak period within 150% of contract demand, a rebate
equivalent to the difference of the following two will also be allowed:

Page 15 of 16
i) Load factor rebate computed as per the rates mentioned in paragraph 1.1 and 1.2 following the methodology mentioned in paragraph 1.4
above without considering the additional kWh and KVA drawn during off-peak period over contractual demand; and
ii) Load factor rebate computed as per the rate mentioned in paragraphs 1.1 and 1.2 following the methodology mentioned in paragraph 1.4
above.

24. No other rebate shall be applicable except those which are specifically mentioned under the Tariff Order for the year 2017-18 or in any regulation(s).

25. Any matter, which has not been explicitly mentioned in Tariff Order for the year 2017-18, shall be guided by regulations 2.9.8 and 2.9.9 of the Tariff
Regulations.

26. Govt. of West Bengal vide G.O. 56(Sanc)-PO/N/C-II/1B-28/2009Pt.III dated 13.12.2017 and G.O. 79(Sanc)-PO/N/C-II/1B-28/2009 PT III dated
09.03.2018 has already released subsidy for Domestic (Rural), Domestic (Urban) including Lifeline consumers and Agriculture(Irrigation) consumers
having monthly consumption up to 300 units during 2017-18 as per letter dated 05/10/2016. Subsidy shall be reconciled subject to further order of
the State Government

Page 16 of 16