MSEDCL’s per unit rate is Rs 4.67 for those consuming electricity between 0-100 units. For consumers whose consumption is more, between 101 and 300 units, the rate is Rs 6.58 per unit. Beyond that, between 301-500 units, it costs Rs 8.57 per unit.

## What is the price of 1 unit of electricity in Maharashtra?

Consumption more than 30 Units Per Month 0-100 Units Single Phase: **Rs.** **30 per service connection**; Three Phase: Rs. 100 per service connection; Additional Fixed charge of Rs.

## How is electricity bill calculated in Pune?

Look at the solution table, here for the first 100 units the **per-unit price will be 3.45** hence ₹ 346 is the cost. Next 200 unit, you have to pay ₹ 1486/- (200 x 7.43), next 200 units the final cost is ₹ 2064 (200 x 10.32) and the more than 500 units, for 1173 units, you have to pay ₹ 13735/- (1173 x 11.71).

## What is the rate of 1 unit electricity?

**7.20 per unit** (existing rate Rs. 6.95) for the first one lakh units of monthly consumption and Rs. 7.45 per unit (existing rate Rs. 7.20) for consumption beyond one lakh units.

## What is the cost of 1 unit?

A unit cost is **a total expenditure incurred by a company to produce, store, and sell one unit of a particular product or service**. Unit costs are synonymous with cost of goods sold (COGS). This accounting measure includes all of the fixed and variable costs associated with the production of a good or service.

## How do I calculate my electric bill?

**How To Calculate Your Electricity Bill.** **Electric Bill Calculator with Examples**

- Example:
- Total Consumed Units = 720.
- E = P x t … ( Wh)
- E = P x t ÷ 1000 … ( kWh)
- Consumed Energy = Energy Used in Watts x Time in Hours.
- E = P x t … ( Wh)
- E = P x t ÷ 1000 … ( kWh)
- Energy Cost = Energy Used in kWh x Time in Hours.

## What is the minimum electricity bill in Pune?

Pune Electricity Tariff

MSEDCL’s per unit rate is **Rs 4.67** for those consuming electricity between 0-100 units. For consumers whose consumption is more, between 101 and 300 units, the rate is Rs 6.58 per unit. Beyond that, between 301-500 units, it costs Rs 8.57 per unit.

## How many units is 1kW?

Energy/Electricity and its units

A unit (as mentioned on the electricity bills) is represented in kWH or Kilowatt Hour. This is the actual electricity or energy used. If you use 1000 Watts or 1 Kilowatt of power for 1 hour then you consume **1 unit** or 1 Kilowatt-Hour (kWh) of electricity.

## How do you calculate electric bill in Excel?

Enter formula for Electricity Charges =IF(E5>200, E5*15,IF(E5>100, 1000+(E5-100)*12, E5*10)) in cell with cell reference F5. Enter formula for Surcharge = IF(F5>5000, F5*5%,IF(F5>1000, F5*3%, 0)) in cell with cell reference G5. Enter formula for Bill Payable **=SUM(F5:G5)** in cell with cell reference H5.

## What is meant by 1 unit?

1 Unit Electricity is the **amount of electrical energy consumed by a load of 1 kW power rating in 1 hour**. It is basically measurement unit of electrical energy consumption in Joule. 1 kWh (kilo watt hour) and 1 Unit are same. 1 kWh is the amount of energy consumption by 1 kW load in one hour. Therefore, 1 Unit = 1 kWh.

## What is the cost of 1 unit of electricity in India?

“At present, the power tariff for a consumption of above 500 units per month is Rs 9.05 per unit (kilowatt hour). It will now become **Rs 9.95 paise per unit**.

## What is fixed charge in electric bill?

If monthly units consumption is between 101 and 300, fixed charges are **Rs 75 for each 0.5 kW of contracted load**. If monthly units consumption is between 301 and 500, fixed charges are Rs 80 for each 0.5 kW of contracted load.