The people in the Capital pay the “lowest” power bills among large cities of the country, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia said while tabling the Outcome Budget 2018-19 in the assembly on Monday.
The national capital has the most progressive tariff structure, rewarding low electricity consumption by providing incentives to consumers, he said.
Around 50% of the energy charges are subsidised for domestic consumers consuming up to 400 units by Rs 2 per unit per month by the government.
“This has benefited over 38 lakh (90%) of all the power consumers in domestic category,” Sisodia said. Read More
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