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What is the best way to calculate LESCO Bill?

There are few technical terms that everyone should know before filling the form for LESCO Bill Estimator. There is a total of 8 steps that need to be discussed. I will explain all the steps in detail below.

Step 1: Connection Types of LESCO

LESCO provides different types of connections, depending on the need of the user.

  1. Temporary
  2. Residential Colonies
  3. Agriculture
  4. Industrial
  5. Commercial
  6. Domestic
  7. General Services
  8. Street Lights

The first thing you need to know is the Lesco new connection type. It can be check from the LESCO bill image.

Different kinds of LESCO Tariff

There are different types of LESCO Tariff. You can check the code from the LESCO bill upper left corner.

  • A1(01): It represents the Domestic type of tariff
  • A1(03): It represents the Domestic type of tariff
  • A2(04): It represents the Commercial type of tariff
  • A2c(06)T: It represents the Commercial type of tariff
  • A3(66): It represents the General Services type of tariff
  • B1(07): It represents the Industrial type of tariff
  • B1(08): It represents the Industrial type of tariff
  • B2a(10), B2b, and B2a(11) represent the Industrial type of tariff.

Step 2: Type of Phase

The next step is to find what type of Phase your LESCO connection has from the options below

  • Single Phase Three Wire:
  • Three Phase Four Wire Wye
  • Three Phase Three Wire Delta

Step 3: No of Units Consumed

The next step is to find the no of units consumed and the no of units against which you want to calculate the bill. It is usually available in three units

Kilowatt Hour:

The amount of energy consumed by electric appliances consumption of 1 KW in 1 hour. It is 3.6 MJ

Kilovolt Amperes Reactive Hours:

It is used to measure the power of an AC circuit.

Maximum Demand Indicator:

It measures the maximum energy required by the consumer in a specific period.

What are the On-Peak Hours?

The time of day when electricity consumption is the highest, you will be charged the highest amount for this time of the day. The on-peak hours’ time frame is usually 10-12 hours in summer and 4-5 hours in winter

What are Off-Peak Hours?

The time of the day when electricity consumption is the lowest, you will be charged a low amount for that time of the day. The off-peak hours are usually in the night.

Step 4: Service Rent

It depends on your tariff plan. If it’s applicable in your tariff plan, then you have to provide the service rent details.

Step 5: Meter Rent

It depends on your tariff plan. If it’s applicable in your tariff plan, then you have to provide the meter rent details.

Step 6: TV Sets

It depends if you have any functional TV sets on your connection. You can write the no of TV sets that are active on your tariff plan.

Step 7: Arears

It is the amount that is owed by the owner of the tariff plan, and it should have been paid earlier. If there is any amount that is you owe, then you should fill it

Step 8: Last Step

The last step is to submit all the above details to calculate the LESCO bill.

 

If there are still confusions then the best possible thing for you is to submit a Lesco complaint and the organization will contact very soon to resolve it.

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