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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Regulatory commission Tariff Schedule from 01.04.2012


TAMIL NADU ELECTRICITY REGULATORY
COMMISSION
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Determination of Tariff for Generation and Distribution
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Order No. 1 of 2012 dated 30-03-2012
(Effective from 01-04-2012)


10 TARIFF SCHEDULE

TARIFF FOR HIGH TENSION SUPPLY CONSUMERS

10.1   General Provisions applicable for High Tension Supply

10.1.1  Categories of supply: The categories of supply are as specified in the Commission’s distribution code and supply code. The HT tariffs specified for different categories of HT consumers are also applicable to the consumers who are supplied at EHT level in accordance with TNERC Supply Code and TNERC Distribution Code.

10.1.2  Harmonics: As specified in the Supply Code, when the consumer fails to provide
adequate harmonic suppression equipment to avoid dumping of harmonics beyond the
limits as specified by CEA regulations into Licensee’s distribution system, he is liable to
pay compensation at 15% of the respective tariff. As and when the consumer brings  down the harmonics within the limit, compensation charges shall be withdrawn. The
measurement of harmonics shall be done by the Distribution Licensee using standard
meters/equipments in the presence of consumers or their representatives. This compensation provision is applicable to HT-I & HT-III category of consumers. The TANGEDCO shall give three months clear notice to all consumers under these categories stating that they shall pay 15% compensation charges if the harmonics introduced by their load is not within the limits set by CEA. The TANGEDCO shall implement the compensation provision after the three months period if the measured harmonics is more than the limits.


10.1.3   In case of supply under HT Tariff, except for HT tariff-III, supply used for creating
facilities for the compliance of Acts/Laws or for the purpose incidental to the main purpose of the establishment of the consumer such as facilities extended to the employees/students/patients as the case may be, within the premises of the consumer,
shall be considered to be for the bonafide purpose. However, if such facilities are extended to the public, such facilities shall be metered by the licensee separately and
charged under appropriate LT tariff. Such metered consumption shall be deducted from
the total consumption registered in the main meter of the HT/EHT supply for billing.

10.1.4   In the case of supply under HT Tariff IA, IIA, II B and III, at the option of the consumer, the use of electricity for residential quarters, within the premises, shall be metered separately by the licensee and charged under LT Tariff IC. Such metered consumption shall be deducted from the total consumption registered in the main meter of the HT/EHT supply for billing.

10.1.5  In the case of HT supply under IA, IIA, IIB, III, the use of electricity for the construction purposes within the premises shall be metered separately by the licensee and charged under LT Tariff VI. Such metered consumption shall be deducted from the total consumption registered in the main meter of the HT/EHT supply for billing.

10.1.6   Low Power Factor Surcharge: In respect of High Tension service connections the
average power factor of the consumers installation shall not be less than 0.90. Where the average power factor of High Tension service connection is less than the stipulated limit of 0.90 the following compensation charges will be levied.
Below 0.90 and up to 0.85
One per cent of the current consumption charges for every reduction of 0.01 in power factor from 0.90
Below 0.85 to 0.75
One and half per cent of the current consumption charges for every reduction of 0.01 in power factor from 0.90
Below 0.75
Two per cent of the current consumption charges for every reduction of 0.01 in power factor from 0.90

10.1.7 Billable Demand: In case of HT Consumers, maximum Demand Charges for any month will be levied on  the kVA demand actually recorded in that month or 90% of the
sanctioned demand which ever is higher.

    Provided, that whenever the restriction and control measures are in force, the billable demand in case of two part tariff for any month will be the actual recorded maximum demand or 90% of demand quota, as fixed from time to time through restriction and control measures, whichever is higher.

10.2 High Tension Tariff I A:

Tariff Category
Tariff
Demand Charge in Rs/KVA/Month
Energy Charges in Paise per Kwhr(unit)
High Tension          Tariff IA
300
550

10.2.1   This Tariff is applicable to all manufacturing and industrial establishments and registered factories including Tea Estates, Textiles, Fertilizers, Salem Steel Plant, Heavy Water Plant, Chemical plant, common effluent treatment plant, Cold storage units, Industrial estates water works, Water Supply Works by new Tirupur Area Development Corporation.

10.2.2   Information Technology services as defined in the ICT Policy 2008 of Government of Tamil Nadu.

10.2.3   The definition is reproduced below:
          “IT services are broadly defined as systems integration, processing services, information services outsourcing, packaged software support and installation, hardware support and installation.”

10.2.4   Information Technology Services includes:
i. Systems integration includes :
a) Network Management Services
b) Applications Integration

ii. Processing services includes:
a) Outsourced Services in Banking, HR, finance, Technology and other areas
b) Outsourced Bank office support or Business transformation and Process Consulting Services.

iii. Information Services Outsourcing includes:
a) Outsourced Global Information Support Services
b) Knowledge Process Outsourcing
c) Outsourced Global Contact Centre Operations
d) Outsourced Process Consulting Services.

iv. Packaged Software Support and Installation includes:
a) Software Design and Development, Support and Maintenance
b) Application installation, support and maintenance
c) Application testing.

v. Hardware Support and Installation includes:
a) Technical and network operations support
b) Hardware installation, administration and management
c) Hardware infrastructure maintenance and support

10.2.5   The HT Industrial consumers (HT IA) shall be billed at 20% extra on the energy charges for the energy recorded during peak hours. The duration of peak hours shall be 6.00 A.M to 9.00 A.M and 6.00 P.M to 9.00 P.M.

10.2.6   The HT Industrial Consumers (HT I A) shall be allowed a reduction of 5% on the energy charges for the consumption during 10.00 P.M to 5.00 A.M as an incentive for night consumption.

10.2.7   High Tension Industries under Tariff I-A having arc, induction furnaces or steel rolling process the integration period for arriving at the maximum demand in a month will be fifteen minutes.

10.3 High Tension Tariff I B:

Tariff Category
Tariff
Demand Charge in Rs/KVA/Month
Energy Charges in Paise per Kwhr(unit)
High Tension          Tariff  IB
250
550

10.3.1 This tariff is applicable to Railway traction.

10.4   High Tension Tariff II-A

Tariff Category
Tariff
Demand Charge in Rs/KVA/Month
Energy Charges in Paise per Kwhr(unit)
High Tension          Tariff  IIA
300
450

10.4.1   This tariff is applicable for the following services under the control of Central/State Governments /local bodies/TWAD Board/CMWSSB:

1. Educational institutions including government aided educational institutions and Hostels run by such educational institutions, Hospitals, Veterinary Hospitals, Leprosy
Sub-Centres, Primary Health Centres and Health Sub-Centres, Orphanages, Public Libraries, Public Water works and sewerage works, Public Lighting, Residential colonies and Housing complexes, Senior citizens communities, Electric crematorium, Research Laboratories and institutions, Ministry of Defence and Avadi CRPF establishment, Dairy units , Hospitals and Rehabilitation centres run by charitable trusts which offers totally free treatment for all categories of patients on par with government hospitals, Desalination plants and Art Galleries.

2. Desalination plant at Kudankulam nuclear power plant and Minjur Desalination plant
of Chennai water Desalination Ltd.

3. Single point supply to Cooprative group housing society as specified in “The Electricity Eighth Order 2005”.
4. Actual places of public worship.

10.5.  High Tension Tariff II – B
Tariff Category
Tariff
Demand Charge in Rs/KVA/Month
Energy Charges in Paise per Kwhr(unit)
High Tension          Tariff  II B
300
550

10.5.1   The tariff is applicable to Private educational institutions and hostels run by them.

10.6.  High Tension Tariff III
Tariff Category
Tariff
Demand Charge in Rs/KVA/Month
Energy Charges in Paise per Kwhr(unit)
High Tension          Tariff  III
300
700

10.6.1   All Commercial Establishments and other categories of consumers not covered under High Tension Tariff IA, IB IIA, IIB and IV.
10.6.2   Private Communication Providers, Cinema Studios and Cinema Theatres.

10.7   High Tension Tariff IV
Tariff
Approved Tariff Rate
Subsidy for  Energy Charges in paise per KWh
Tariff rate payable by consumer
Demand Charge           in Rs/KVA/ month
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
Demand Charge           in Rs/KVA/ month
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
High Tension Tariff IV
Nil
350
350
Nil
Nil

10.7.1   This tariff is applicable to the Lift Irrigation Societies for Agriculture registered under Co-operative Societies or under any other Act.

10.8   High Tension Tariff V
Tariff Category
Tariff
Demand Charge in Rs/KVA/Month
Energy Charges in Paise per Kwhr(unit)
High Tension          Tariff  V
300
950

10.8.1    Temporary supply for construction and other purposes.


















TARIFF FOR LOW TENSION SUPPLY CONSUMERS
10.9 General Provisions applicable for Low Tension Supply

10.9.1   All consumers under this LT category except under LT tariff IB and IV shall have ISI marked motor and motor loads of 3 HP and more shall install adequate power factor
improvement capacitors (ISI marked) Non compliance shall invite compensation charges as specified in TNERC Supply Code.

10.9.2   In case of LT Tariff III-B and LT Tariff V, all services with a connected load of 18.6 kW (25 HP) and above should maintain a power factor of not less than 0.85. Where the average power factor of Low Tension Service connection is less than the stipulated limit of 0.85 the following compensation charges will be levied.

Power Factor
Dispensation for Power Factor Surcharge
Below 0.85  and upto 0.75
One  per cent of the current consumption charges for every reduction of 0.01 in power factor from 0.85
Below 0.75
One and half per cent of the current consumption charges for every reduction of 0.01 in power factor from 0.85

10.9.3 Consequent to the abolition of monthly minimum charges, in the event of disconnection of services, the consumers shall be liable to pay the fixed charges applicable for the respective category during the disconnection period.

10.9.4 Incase of LT Tariff IIB 1, II B2, IIC, IIIA 1, IIIA2, IIIB and V, the fixed charges shall be calculated based on the contracted demand.






10.10 Low Tension Tariff I-A:
Tariff
Consumption slabs – Range in KWH (units) and billing period (one or two months)
Approved Tariff Rate
Subsidy for  Energy Charges in paise per KWh
Tariff rate payable by consumer
Fixed Charges           ( Rs. per month)
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
Fixed Charges           ( Rs. per month)
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
Low Tension Tariff I-A

For consumers who consume  up to 50 units per month (or) 100 units for two months
From 0 to 50 units per month (or) 0 to 100 units for  two months
10
260
150
10
110
For consumers who consume from 51 units to 100 units per month (or) 101 to 200 units for two months
From 0 to 100 units per month (or) 0 to 200 units for  two months.
10
280
100
10
180
For consumers who consume from 101 units to 250 units per month (or) 201 to 500 units for two months
From 0 to 100 units per month (or) 0 to 200 units for  two months.
15
300
Nil
15
300
From 101 to 250 units per month (or) 0 to 201 units to 500 units for  two months
400
50
350
For consumers who consume 251 units and above per month (or) 501 units and above for two months
From 0 to 100 units per month (or) 0 to 200 units for  two months.
20
300
Nil
20
300
From 101 to 250 units per month (or) 0 to 201 units to 500 units for  two months
400
Nil
400

From 251 units and above per month (or) 501 units and above for  two months
575
Nil
575











10.10.1    This tariff is applicable to the following:

(1) Domestic purposes of lights, fans, Air conditioners, including radio/TV and all other
home appliances and watering for gardening including growing of trees in and around
residential houses/buildings.

 (2) Handlooms in residences of handloom weavers (regardless of the fact whether outside labour is employed or not) and to handlooms in sheds erected where energy is availed of only for lighting and fans.

(3) Public conveniences and Integrated woman sanitary Complexes.

(4) Community Nutrition Centres, Anganwadi Centres, Nutritious Meal Centres and school buildings associated with the Government welfare scheme.

(5) Old Age Homes, Leprosy Centres run by Charitable Institutions rendering totally free
services

(6) Consulting rooms of size limited to 200 square feet of any professionals attached to the residence of such professionals.

(7) In respect of multi tenements/residential complexes supply used for common lighting,water supply, lift alone may be given separate connection and charged under this tariff.

(8) In respect of multi-storied buildings/residential complexes having both domestic and
commercial utilities, common facilities such as common lighting, common water supply,
and lift will be charged under this tariff only if the commercial built up area does not
exceed 25% of the total built up area

(9) In multi tenements residential building/Group Houses the additional service connections requested by the owners/tenants shall be given without collecting development charges and service connection charges. All other conditions applicable for giving such multiple service connections are applicable except that more than one service connection are permitted in the same door number.

(10) Electric crematorium by local bodies.

10.11    Low Tension Tariff I-B:

Tariff
Consumption slabs – range in KWH and billing period
Approved Tariff Rate
Subsidy for  Energy Charges in paise per KWh
Tariff Rate payable by Consumer
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
Fixed Charges           ( Rs. per month)
Fixed Charges    ( Rs. per month)
Energy Charges in Paise per KWH
Low Tension Tariff  I-B
Till installation of Energy Meters
Nil
60
60 Rupees /Service/Month
Nil
Nil
On installation of Energy Meters
250
Nil
250 paise /Kwh
Nil
Nil


10.11.1    This tariff is applicable to huts in Village Panchayats and special grade panchayats, houses constructed under Jawahar Velai Vaiipu Thittam, TAHDCO Kamarajar Adi Dravidar housing schemes, huts in Nilgiris District and hut with concrete
wall in the schemes of state and central Governments. This tariff is applicable subject to
following conditions:

(1) Hut means a living place not exceeding 250 square feet area with mud wall and the thatched roof / tiles / asbestos / metal sheets like corrugated G.I. sheets for roofing/ concrete Roof and concrete wall with specification of square feet as approved in the schemes of State/ Central Government.

(2) Only one light not exceeding 40 watts shall be permitted per hut.

(3)  As and when the government provides other appliances such as Colour TV, fan,
Mixie, Grinder and Laptops to these hut dwellers, the usage of appropriate additional load may be permitted.

10.11.2     Whenever the norms prescribed in (1) to (3) above is violated, the service
category shall be immediately brought under Low Tension Tariff I-A and billed
accordingly

10.12 Low Tension Tariff I-C:
Tariff
Energy Charges in paise per KWH
Fixed Charges                                  ( Rs. per Month)
Low Tension Tariff      I-C
400
50

10.12.1    This tariff is applicable to LT bulk supply for railway colonies, plantation worker
colonies, defence colonies, Police Quarters, Residential quarters of Koodankulum
Nuclear power project. This tariff is also applicable for the HT/EHT consumers who opt
for extending supply under this category for their residential colonies / quarters.

10.13 Low Tension Tariff II-A:

Tariff
Energy Charges in paise per KWH
Fixed Charges                                  ( Rs. per Month)
Low Tension Tariff      II- A
550
Nil


10.13.1    This tariff is applicable to Public Lighting, Public Water Supply and Public
Sewerage System belonging to Government/local bodies /TWAD Board/MMSSB,
Railway level crossings, private agriculture wells/private wells hired by Government/ CMWSSB/TWAD Board/Local bodies to draw water for public distribution, Public Water Supply by New Tirupur Area Development Corporation, Public Water Supply in plantations, separate service connections for streetlights for SIDCO and other Industries Department. Lighting arrangements in the Rockfort temple area, its environs and for the roads and pathways leading to temple at Tirchy.

10.14  Low Tension Tariff II-B (1)

Tariff
Tariff
Energy Charges in paise per KWH
Fixed Charges                                  ( Rs. per KW per Month)
Low Tension Tariff   II- B(1)
500
50

10.14.1     This tariff is applicable to the following:

10.14.2      Government and Government aided Educational Institutions, Hostels run by such Educational Institutions, Hostels run by Adi-Dravidar and Tribal Welfare, Backward
Class Welfare Departments and other Government agencies, Government Youth Hostels, Scouts camps, Government Hospitals, Hospitals under the Control of local bodies, Veterinary Hospitals, Leprosy Sub-Centers, Primary Health Centers and sub-centers, Research Laboratories, Dispensaries, creches and recreation centers run by plantations, Research Institutes, Orphanages, Public Libraries and Libraries run at free of cost by trusts , Homes for Destitutes and Old people, Emergency accident Relief centers on highway, Terminal cancer care centre giving free treatment, Hospitals and Rehabilitation centres for mentally ill and blind, centres and dispensaries run by charitable trusts which offers totally free treatment for all categories of patients on par with government hospitals, Free Student Hostel, Hospital at Tribal areas, Institutes run for /by the physically challenged at free of cost, Government Art Galleries and Private Art Galleries and museum on service motives, Government Elephant Health camp, State Legal Udhavi Maiyam.


10.15 Low Tension Tariff II-B (2)
Tariff
Tariff
Energy Charges in paise per KWH
Fixed Charges                                  ( Rs. per KW per Month)
Low Tension Tariff     II- B(2)
650
50

10.15.1   This tariff is applicable to Private educational institutions and hostels run by
them.

10.16 Low Tension Tariff II-C:

Tariff
Consumption slabs – range in KWH and billing period
Approved Tariff Rate
Subsidy for  Energy Charges in paise per KWh
Tariff Rate payable by Consumer
Fixed Charges  ( Rs. per KW per month)
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
Fixed Charges    ( Rs. per KW  per month)
Energy Charges in Paise per KWH
Low Tension Tariff    II -C
0 to 60 units per month or 0 to 120 units bimonthly
50
500
250
50
250
 Above 60 units per month or   Above 120 units  bimonthly
500
Nil
500

10.16.1   This tariff is applicable to actual places of public worship.
10.16.2   The existing concessions to the actual places of worship as already notified by
GoTN having annual income less than Rs. 1000 shall be continued under the same terms and conditions, until further Order of the Commission
10.17 Low Tension Tariff III-A (1):

Tariff
Consumption  Slabs-Range in KWh and billing period  
Tariff
Fixed Charges  ( Rs. per KW per Month)
Energy Charges in paise per KWH
 Low Tension Tariff    III-A (1)
0  to 250 Units per month  or 0 to 500 units bimonthly
15
350
From  251   and above  units per month  (or)   501 units  and above bimonthly
400

10.17.1   The connected load for supply under this tariff category shall not exceed 10 HP.

10.17.2   This tariff is applicable to Cottage and tiny industries, micro enterprises ngaged in the manufacture or production of goods pertaining to any industries specified in the first schedule to Industries (Development and Regulations) Act 1951 (Central Act 65 of 1951)

10.17.3   The intending consumers applying for service connection under LT Tariff III A
(1) claiming to have established the micro enterprise engaged in the manufacture or
production of goods shall produce the cottage industries certificates from the industrial
department /acknowledgement issued by the District Industries Center under the Micro
Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (Act 27 of 2006 ) as proof for
having filed Entrepreneurs Memorandum for setting up of Micro Enterprises for manufacture or production of goods with District Industries Center under whose jurisdiction the Enterprise is located.

10.17.4      The existing consumers who are classified under LT Tariff III A (1) based on the SSI / Tiny Industries Certificate may be continued to be charged under the same tariff

10.17.5     This tariff is applicable to Small gem cutting units, Waste land development,
laundry works, Common effluent treatment plants.

10.17.6      This tariff is also applicable to Coffee grinding, Ice factory, Vehicle Body
building units, saw mills, rice mills, flour Mills, battery charging units.

10.17.7     This tariff is also applicable for sericulture, floriculture, horticulture, mushroom
cultivation, cattle farming, poultry and bird farming, dairy units and fish/prawn culture
who have not been covered under LT Tariff IV and which are run on commercial lines.

10.18 Low Tension Tariff III-A (2):

Tariff
Consumption slabs – range in KWH and billing period
Approved Tariff Rate
Subsidy for  Energy Charges in paise per KWh
Tariff Rate payable by Consumer
Fixed Charges  ( Rs. per KW per month)
Energy Charges   in paise  per KWh
Fixed Charges    ( Rs. per KW  per month)
Energy Charges in Paise per KWH
Low Tension Tariff    III-A(2)
0 to 250 units per month or 0 to 500 units bimonthly
50
450
450
50
Nil
From 251 units  and above per month or   501 units and above bimonthly
500
100
400

10.18.1   The connected load shall not exceed 10 HP under this category.

10.18.2   The tariff is applicable to Power looms, Braided Cords Manufacturers, related
ancillary tiny industries engaged in warping, twisting, and winding.


10.19 .Low Tension Tariff III-B:
Tariff
Fixed Charges   ( Rs. per KW Per Month)
Energy  Charges in Paise per Kwh
Low Tension Tariff III-B
30
550

10.19.1    This tariff is applicable to all industries not covered under LT Tariff III A (1) and
III-A (2). All industries covered under LT Tariff III A (1) and III A (2) shall also fall under this tariff category if the connected load of such industries exceeds 10 HP.

10.19.2    This tariff is also applicable to Welding sets irrespective of its capacity.

10.19.3   Information Technology services as defined in the ICT Policy 2008 of Government of Tamil Nadu and amended from time to time. The definition is  eproduced below:
“IT services are broadly defined as systems integration, processing services,information services outsourcing, packaged software support and installation,hardware support and installation.”
10.19.4    Information Technology Services includes:
(i) Systems integration includes :
a) Network Management Services
b) Applications Integration
(ii) Processing services includes:
a) Outsourced Services in Banking, HR, finance, Technology and other areas
b) Outsourced Bank office support or Business transformation and Process Consulting
Services.

(iii) Information Services Outsourcing includes:
a) Outsourced Global Information Support Services
b) Knowledge Process Outsourcing
c) Outsourced Global Contact Centre Operations
d) Outsourced Process Consulting Services.

(iv) Packaged Software Support and Installation includes:
a) Software Design and Development, Support and Maintenance
b) Application installation, support and maintenance
c) Application testing.
(v) Hardware Support and Installation includes:
a) Technical and network operations support
b) Hardware installation, administration and management
c) Hardware infrastructure maintenance and support.

10.19.5   Supply to welding sets shall be charged 15% extra.

10.19.6     The intending consumers applying for service connection under LT Tariff III B
claiming to have established the industries engaged in the manufacture or production of
goods shall produce certificate from the District Industries centre.

10.20 Low Tension Tariff IV:

Tariff
Description
Approved Tariff Rate
Subsidy for Fixed Charges/ Energy Charges
Tariff Rate payable by Consumer
Energy Charges in Paise /KWH
Fixed Charges   ( Rs. per HP per annum)
Fixed Charges    ( Rs. per HP per annum)
Energy Charges in Paise /KWH
Low Tension Tariff    IV
Till installation of Energy Meter
Nil
1750
1750 Rs. per HP per annum
Nil
Nil
On installation of Energy Mater
130
Nil
130 paise/Kwh
Nil
Nil


10.20.1    This tariff is applicable to all agricultural and allied activities such as cultivation
of food crops, vegetables, seeds, trees and other plants. Sericulture, floriculture,  horticulture, mushroom cultivation, cattle farming, poultry and other bird farming, fish /prawn culture carried out as allied activities of agriculture shall be construed as
agricultural activities.

10.20.2      The services under this tariff shall be permitted to have lighting loads up to 50
watts per 1000 watts of power connected subject to a maximum of 150 watts inclusive of wattage of pilot lamps.

10.20.3     This tariff is applicable irrespective of owner ship of land if the usage of electricity is for agriculture.

10.20.4      Agriculturists shall be permitted to use the water pumped from the well and
stored in overhead tanks for bonafide domestic purposes in the farmhouse. The farmhouse shall be in close proximity from the well.

10.20.5   Supply for other purpose exceeding the limit permitted for the Pump sets and
lighting purpose shall be provided only by separate service connections under appropriate LT Tariff. Service connections for water pumping for non agricultural purpose under appropriate tariff is permitted in the same well.

10.20.6   This Tariff is applicable to pump sets of Tamil Nadu Agriculture university and
Research centres, Government Seed Farms, pump sets of Tamil Nadu Forest department, Pump sets of Government coconut nurseries, Pump sets of Government oil seed farms, Pumping and purifying of drainage water for the purpose of agriculture use.

10.20.7   All the new services under this category shall have ISI marked motors and power factor compensation capacitors to qualify for the supply. All the existing services should be provided with power factor compensation capacitors within one year. Non-
compliance to provide the capacitors shall invite compensation charges as per the Tamil
Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission Regulations.

10.21  Low Tension Tariff V:
Tariff
Fixed Charges (Rs per KW per month)
Energy Charges in Paise Per KWh
Low Tension Tariff    V


For consumer with consumption  50 units per month  (or)   100 units bimonthly
60
430
For consumer with consumption  above 50 units per month  (or) above  100 units bimonthly
60
700
 10.21.1   This tariff is applicable to All Commercial establishments, private  communication providers, cinema studios, cinema theatres and consumers not categorized under LT IA, IB, IC, IIA, IIB (1), II B (2), IIC, IIIA (I), III A (2), IIIB, and IV.

10.21.2    This tariff is also applicable for LT supply for construction activities of residential house/building till the completion of construction activities.

10.21.3     In respect of multi tenements/multistoried buildings/residential complexes where the number of flats/Tenements utilized for commercial purposes exceeds 25% of the total built up area, the LT services relating to common utilities such as common lighting, water supply, lift shall be charged under this tariff.

10.21.4    In respect of residential complexes used for domestic, the common facilities such as Gym, swimming pool, recreation clubs, indoor stadiums and grounds, indoor and community halls, amphi theatres, shops etc will be charged under this tariff.

10.22   Low Tension Tariff VI:

Tariff
Description
Energy Charges in paise /KWHr.
Minimum (in Rs)
Low Tension Tariff    VI
Supply to Temporary activities
1050
100 per KW  or part of connected load thereof per day
Lavish Illumination
1050
Nil

10.22.1  This tariff is applicable for power supply for temporary activities such as construction of commercial complexes/ Residential buildings/ Complexes of more than
12 dwelling units. The temporary supply shall be converted into respective regular
category after completion

10.22.2   This tariff is also applicable for lavish illumination to weddings, garden parties
and other private functions, where the illumination is obtained through bulbs fastened in
outer surfaces of walls of buildings on trees and poles inside the compound and in pandals, etc., outside the main building. All other cases of illumination, obtained through
bulbs intended on outer surface of walls of buildings on trees and poles inside the compound and in pandals etc., outside the main building shall be charged as for Temporary Supply.

Applicability of the Tariff Schedule

10.22.3   The above tariff schedule shall be read with the General Terms and Conditions of Supply Code and Distribution code specified by the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory
Commission.

10.22.4   The present tariff order supersedes all the previous specific orders issued by the Commission on categorization of certain consumers.

11 SUMMARY OF DIRECTIVES

11.1   The Commission directs the TANGEDCO to properly monitor the on-going projects so that they are commissioned without further delay. The TANGEDCO should also ensure that the TANTRANSCO completes all the associated transmission system for evacuation of power from the generating stations which are getting commissioned during the year 2012-13 so that power generated from the generating stations are transmitted up to the Load Centers without any bottle necks. The TANGEDCO should ensure that the power which is available at the sub-stations is taken up to the consumption points by way of appropriate distribution system. All these arrangements will have to be carried out through a well structured business plan and individual schemes matching with the business plan. All such plans and schemes shall be submitted in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of Tariff Regulations 2005, MYT Tariff Regulations as well as Licensing Conditions to the Commission.

11.2  The Commission directs TANGEDCO to complete the exercise being done by TANGEDCO for accurate measurement of T&D Loss and unmetered agricultural consumption before October 31, 2012 and submit the findings to the Commission before December 1, 2012.

11.3  The Commission directs TANGEDCO to comply with various provision of Energy
Conservation Act 2001 pertaining to energy audit.

11.4  The Commission directs TANGEDCO to file separate petition for the approval of capital cost and tariff determination of new power plants.

11.5   The TANGEDCO is directed to submit data on ToD consumption along with the
subsequent Tariff Application for all consumers where ToD meters have been installed.

11.6  The Commission directs TANGEDCO to maintain quality of supply as specified in Tamil Nadu Electricity Distribution Standards of Performance Regulations dated              21-07-2004.

11.7   The Commission directs TANGEDCO to submit a time bound program for 100%
metering at feeder level and Distribution Transformers.

11.8  The Commission directs TANGEDCO to submit the detailed segregation of wheeled energy included in power purchase and sales in next Tariff determination process.

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