Lockdown: KSEB gives concession on electricity bill siraj daily

Thiruvananthapuram | KSEB offers relief to customers in case of lockdown Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said in a press conference that it has decided to give various concessions to domestic and industrial consumers.

From June 29, the government subsidized free electricity scheme for domestic consumers with a connected load of 500 watts and an average consumption of only 20 units per month will be extended to consumers up to 30 units per month without any change in the connected load.

The Electricity Regulatory Commission will provide a rate of 1.50 per unit per unit to 50 units per month for BPL domestic consumers with a connected capacity of 1000 watts and consuming up to 40 units per month.

Some concessions have also been given to commercial and industrial customers. They will get a 25 per cent discount on the fixed demand charge for May 2021. Movie theaters will be given a 50 per cent discount on the fixed demand charge for May 2021. The interest will be paid three times till 30-09-2021 after deducting this exemption. If the bill is paid in part or in full, it will be adjusted in the next bill, the CM said.

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