Average Electricity Tariff and Commercial Losses during 2009-2012

The table below presents the state-wise average electricity tariffs and commercial losses in India. The table provides a comparison of tariffs with all the states in India and their performance in respect to reducing commercial losses in their operations.

  Average Electricity Tariff (Paise/kWh) Commercial Losses (INR in Crores)
SPUs 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Andhra Pradesh 260.79 280.87 291.52 -123.84 -6611.68 -6463.12
Arunachal Praesh 259.09 273.93 290.93 -33.39 -72.73 -72.89
Assam 472.03 486.42 512.97 -290.19 -206.22 -222.59
Bihar 303.02 342.2 373.74 -1575.78 -1541.87 -1788.42
Chhattisgarh 287.23 301.64 307.83 -333.17 -693.67 -900.63
Delhi 446.66 NA NA NA NA NA
Goa 353.69 347.56 376 182.11 168.98 158.64
Gujarat 405.71 394.82 398.41 385 513 642
Haryana 337.9 336.12 347.04 -1674.92 -1797.09 -2024.25
Himachal Pradesh 404.46 433.66 478.84 -152.82 -125.56 115.2
J&K 242.14 270.09 270.09 -1540.58 -1949.71 -1968.4
Jharkhand 285.99 308.72 344.45 -488 -314.4 100.6
Karnataka 338.3 409.35 415.43 -257.9 174.7 385.16
Kerala 337.93 348.28 349.21 240.73 286.99 361.37
Madhya Pradesh 311.88 348.7 365.52 -3661.29 -3363.88 -3130.31
Maharashtra 432.3 447.45 466.21 -622.97 164.95 149.54
Manipur 342.42 320.03 320.32 -105.71 -172.95 -190.25
Meghalaya 419.74 385.46 411.38 44.69 -53.95 6.5
Mizoram 287.46 315.51 334.17 -130.81 -150.32 -142.5
Nagaland 278.21 290.02 301.44 -111.4 -133.81 -129.07
Orissa 303.97 NA NA NA NA NA
Pondicherry 239.55 281.68 303.66 -47.21 -120.41 -37.19
Punjab 255.23 287.59 393.08 -1301.54 -3475.12 -4230.43
Rajasthan 305.05 310.31 305.3 -9455.68 -9128.24 -10238.11
Sikkim 429.35 217.39 221.31 132.44 25.92 25.94
Tamil Nadu 290.18 330.86 352.73 -9680.25 -8871.65 -8143.91
Tripura 325.24 324.82 364.17 -33.33 -85.89 -77.14
Uttar Pradesh 329.26 363.89 403.31 -4954.38 -3611.8 604.88
Uttrakhand 333.71 353.11 351.37 -390.69 -450.31 -830.95
West Bengal 398.26 457 488.59 100.75 195.61 204.42

Source: PFC

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