Bescom Electricity Bill Calculator:
Enter the total electricity consumption in units, choose the connection type, connected load, number of phase, then press the calculate button and the Karnataka electricity calculator calculates your bill based on the latest tariff 2023-24.
In our calculation, we have not included the ETax and FAC (0.31Paise), So please the estimated bill always lesser than your actual bills.
Bescom electricity Unit Rate:
KERC has five divisions such as BESCOM (Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited), CERC Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation, GESCOM (Gulbarga Electricity Supply Company), HESCOM Hubli Electricity Supply Company and MESCOM Mangalore Electricity Supply Company.
KERC electricity tariff is the highest tariff rate in south India as compared with the KSEB, TNEB, Andra power etc.
As per the latest update from the KERC, they have removed the slap tariff and they increased the electricity cost by ₹ 0.70 per unit. In previous year the tariff is different for the rural and urban areas, but in this year, all are same. Let us see the detailed tariff rate.
Domestic Unit Rate
As per this, the consumer shall pay ₹ 4.75 per unit for the consumption of first 100 units. For above 100 units, all the united shall be charged as 7 per unit.
Also they have increased the fixed charges from ₹100 to ₹ 110 for the first one kW to 50kW, if the consumer has the demand load more than 50kW means, they shall pay 210 per kW.
Commercial Unit Rate:
Urban Commercial Tariff consumer shall pay 8.5 per for the consumption of all units. There is no slap rate. This is really helpful for the commercial owners.
Fixed charges will be 200/kW Upto 50kW and 300/kW for above 50kW.
Additionally, the consumer will pay electricity tax of 5% extra.
Let we calculate, the electricity bill for the unit of 250 kWh with 2kW connected loads You have to pay ₹ 2068.5/- as your electricity charges to your respective ESCOMs
|Domestic Electricity Calculation 250- Bescom, 2kW Demand Load