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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
JOINT ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
for the State of Goa and Union Territories
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 FOR SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY AT
LOW TENSION AND HIGH TENSION
- The tariff figures indicated in this tariff schedule are the tariff rates payable by the
consumers of Union Territory of Puducherry.
- 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.
- All these tariffs for power supply are applicable to single one point of supply.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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%, the consumer shall
get a rebate of 1% on billed energy for each 1% increase in power factor above 95%.
A. LOW TENSION SUPPLY
(Tariff order extract relating to agriculture services)
4.0 Agricultural Services (D) Agriculture/Cottage Industries,
4.1 Agriculture (D1)
For supply to bonafide Agricultural Services with a connected load of not less than 3 HP
||Rs. 8.00 per HP per month
||Rs. 25.00 per HP per month
Service charges Rs.225 per service per annum
1.Electricity will supplied under the
tariff category "Small farmers" to those consumers whose families are solely dependent on
the income derived from their agricultural land holding, which should not exceed two and
half acres of wet land or five acres of dry land. A certificate to this effect from
Revenue authority shall be produced. Small farmer means a person whose total holding,
whether as owner, tenant or mortgaged with possession or partly in one capacity and partly
in another, does not exceed two-and-a half acres of wet lands or five acres of dry land.
In computing the extent of land held by a person who holds both wet and dry lands, two
acres of dry land shall be taken as equivalent to one acre of wet land.
2. The above concession will be withdrawn if resale of energy or unauthorized load /
extension or use for other purpose is detected by the Department.
3. Agricultural power loads below 3 H.P. will be charged under General Category Tariff A1.
A bonafide farmer may use his motor in the Agricultural Service for allied agricultural
purposes such as sugarcane crushing, thrashing etc. with the approval of concerned
Executive Engineer (Operation & Maintenance), Electricity Department.
4. Power supply to Farm Houses shall be metered separately and charged under
Domestic tariff (A2).
Payment of Tariff Charges by Agriculture consumers
1. The Tariff shall be collected in three
equal installments payable in April, August and December in each year. The installments
shall be payable before the 15th of the respective months. The service charges of Rs 225
per annum shall also be collected in three installments of Rs. 75, Rs. 75 and Rs.
with instalment of fixed charges in April, August and December months.
2. For new service, the first installment shall be proportionate to the number of whole
months remaining till the month in which the first instalment is due. Fraction of a month
shall be reckoned as a whole month.
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