Bescom Electricity Bill Calculator, Per Unit Rate 2022-23

Bescom Electricity Bill Calculator:

Enter the total electricity consumption in units, or enter the initial reading and final reading by choosing: reading Known Option”. The electricity calculator calculates your bill based on the latest tariff.

In our calculation, we have not included the ETax and FAC (0.31Paise), So please the estimated bill always lesser than your actual bills.


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Total Unit Consumption: kWh
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Energy Charges INR
Fixed Charges INR
Total Bill INR

Bescom electricity bill calculation:

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.

Here we are going to see the BESCOM controlled electricity supply areas. The domestic tariff is divided into two such as urban and Village. The urban tariff slightly higher than the village tariff, as per this

URBAN Domestic:

As per this the  consumer shall pay ₹ 4.15 per unit for their first 50 units of consumption, ₹5.6 for the next 51 to 101 consumption, for 101 to 200 units, the consumer shall pay ₹7.15 for above 200 units all units are charged by ₹ 8.2 per units.

URBAN Domestic Fixed Charges:

₹ 100 per kW per month for first kW. ₹ 110 per kW per month for every additional kW up to 50 kW. Rs 175 per kW per month for every additional kW above 50 kW.

Domestic
Urban Power Range  Per unit(₹) Fixed Charge
0-50 4.15 Rs 100/kW/month for first kW.

Rs 110/kW/month for every additional kW up to 50 kW.

Rs 175/kW/month for every additional kW above 50 kW.

50-100 5.6
101-200 7.15
above 200 8.2
Rural 0-50 4.05 Rs 85/kW/month for first kW.

Rs 100/kW/month for every additional kW up to 50 kW.

Rs 160/kW/month for every additional kW above 50 kW.

50-100 5.3
101-200 6.85
above 200 7.7

Village domestic Charges:

Karnataka electricity board single slaps for the domestic LT supply such as for 0 to 50 units the per-unit cost will be ₹ 4.05/-, from 51 to 100 the per-unit cost will be ₹ 5.30, from 101 to 200, the per-unit cost will be ₹ 6.85 and above 201 units you have to pay ₹ 7.7 per unit.

Fixed Charges:

₹ 85 per kW per month for first kW of demanded load. ₹ 100 per kW per month for additional kW up to 50 kW. Rs 160 per kW per month for above 50 kW of demand load.

Commercial Tariff:

Urban Commercial Tariff consumer shall pay 8.4 per for the first 50 units and 9.4 for the remaining all consumption. Fixed charges will be 125/kW Upto 50kW and 230/kW for above 50kW.

Village Commercial consumer shall pay ₹7.9 for their first 50 units and 8.9 for the above 50 units and 115/kW Upto 50kW and 165/kW for above 50kW as fixed charges.

Commercial
Urban Power Range  Per unit(₹) Fixed Charge
0-50 8.4 125/kW Upto 50kW and 230/kW for above 50kW
more than 50 9.4
Rural 0-50 7.9 115/kW Upto 50kW and 165/kW for above 50kW
more than 50 8.9

Additionally, the consumer will pay electricity tax of 5% extra.

Example:

Let we calculate, the electricity bill for the unit of 250 kWh with 2kW connected loads

You have to pay ₹ 1834.375/- as your electricity charges to your respective ESCOMs

Domestic Electricity Calculation 250- Bescom, 2kW Demand Load
Tariff Range Per unit(₹) Consumed unit Price
0-50 4.05 50 202.5
50-100 5.3 50 265
101-200 6.85 100 685
above 200 7.7 50 385
  EC 1537.5
Fixed Charges 220
Electricity Tax 76.875
Total 1834.375

 

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Cost of TNEB is much much less compared to BESCOM
    TNEB slab
    From 0-50 units, Rs 1.45 is being charged per unit compared to Rs 3.75 and that too only till 30units
    from 51-100, Rs 2.6 per unit. From 101-200, Rs 4.3 per unit, Rs5.2 but start from unit 31 itself
    from 201-300 Rs 7.2 per unit,
    from 301-400 Rs 8.5,
    from 401-800 Rs 9 and above 800 units, Rs 9.5 per unit is charged

    It is very clear how costly the electricity in Karnataka

    • KARNATAKA Cheif minister is requested to cut down the electricity charges as we are unable to get the cost of petrol reduced.Atleast some reduction would definitely help majority people.

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