How to Calculate Your Electricity Bill?

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nishant · 17-Nov-18

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Before calculating your Electricity Bill, You should know about


  • Supply Type - It defines the category of consumers, like - domestic, commercial. You may find it on your electricity bill or
    get help from this link. Supply Type?
  • DISCOM - There are five Govt. Distribution company in Uttar Pradesh based on the Area.
    1. Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited.
    2. Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited.
    3. Purvanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited.
    4. Dakshinanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited.
    5. Kanpur Electricity Supply Company.


Now, Open the Web Application and Fill the appropriate.

See the first panel

  • Discom.
  • Supply Type
  • Sanctioned Load
  • Maximum Demand - could be seen from your meter.
  • Load Unit.

You are done with the first panel.

Now, you need to write down the period and consumption during that period, click Download PDF, You will get the desire electricity Bill

TURN ON the Multi-Tariff button to calculate electricity bill as per even older tariff.
As we know, Electricity Tariff is getting changed period to period. So, this will help us to revise for older period.

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It is having Advanced Panel to revise more complex electricity bill. Like -

  • Meter Replacement Case
  • Need to Assess the unit, if meter was not working for certain period

We may choose few more options, Like -

  • Don't charge LPSC
  • Don't charge ED
  • Don't charge Capacitor SC


1. You may enter Payment, if Payment were made in between the revision period.
2. If there is some Arrear before revision period, that could be entered.
3. If we wants to add Meter Cost, RC/DC fee, or any other external charges, that could be entered in Adjustment.
4. CCBR will help to auto calculate the details to be entered in HCL (RAPDRP) System for revision

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sdoftg · 19-Nov-18

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क्या बात है सर ! मान गए ! बेहतरीन कार्य .....

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nishant · 25-Nov-18

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sdoftg wrote

क्या बात है सर ! मान गए ! बेहतरीन कार्य .....

शुक्रिया  smile

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nishant · 26-Nov-18

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Siddhath_Ranjan wrote

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Thank you so much dear sid smile

great work sir..it is very helpful ....

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nishant · 17-Dec-18

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Thank You dear

Very nice

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Ashesh · 30-Dec-18

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शानदार भैया

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nishant · 31-Dec-18

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Thank you pradeep and ashesh.

indeed a great effort sir...

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nishant · 03-Apr-19

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Thanks dear smile

Maja aa gaya

Sir i am calculating HV-1 ST H11 Bill from Nov-13 to Mar-19 but EC & FC charge is showing as per Current Tariff  .Tariff is  Not changing  period to period

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nishant · 23-Apr-19

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Yes, we have single tariff for HV Consumers as HV consumers are not expected to have wrong bill for very long period and prodata basis billing of HV consumers will not be expected.

Sir, what is difference between KWH and KVAH and what is relation between it? If we have kwh value then how we can find kvah value?

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nishant · 01-May-19

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Power factor = KWH/KVAH. Power factor depends on load type. whether load is capacitive, inductive or resistive in nature. our tariff is defined by considering Power factor as 0.9. So you may use KVAH = KWH / 0.9

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सर, कृपया comercial बिल कैसे निकालते है उसके लिये कोई PDF provide करा दिजिए जिसमे Basic से लेकर सब हो।

good work sir.

Sir idf to mu bill kaise banana hai

sir.supply 61 ka rate madhyanchal me electric charge  7 rupies per unit  below 1000kwh hai  but apke bill calculation me EC charge 6.48 calculate kar raha hai sir please resolve this problem . Thank u

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nishant · 05-Jun-19

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supply type 61 is a rural version of supply type 60. the rural consumer will get 7.5% rebate over actual tariff. that's why the rate is 7x92.5%=6.475. please recheck and confirm

mahi25verma wrote
nishant wrote

supply type 61 is a rural version of supply type 60. the rural consumer will get 7.5% rebate over actual tariff. that's why the rate is 7x92.5%=6.475. please recheck and confirm

you menas last me ek option hai ED not applicable choose na kare.

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nishant · 05-Jun-19

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No, ED option is entirely different. You may compare bill having supply type 60 and 61. is there any difference?