Since May 1, power providers have increased electricity pricing, which has resulted in an increase in electricity costs for many delhi residents and businesses. The invoices that people are receiving in July clearly show the rise in tariffs. The increase is applicable to locations that are serviced by BSES yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) and BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL), two BSES firms.
Tata Power delhi Distribution Limited has not raised its prices; nonetheless, there have been notable rate increases implemented by BRPL and BYPL. A 6.15% increase in tariffs has been implemented for the territories served by BSES yamuna Power Limited (BYPL). Parts of east and Central delhi are included in this.
The larger increase of 8.75% has been introduced by BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL). Residents of Delhi's West and South are impacted by this.
Power Purchase Adjustment Cost (PPAC) has been used to justify the rise in power tariffs. The purpose of this adjustment is to compensate power distribution businesses for the expenses they incur while buying electricity from power production firms. customers then pay the increased expenses on their power bills.
For the electricity distribution firms in delhi, the total electricity Purchase Adjustment Cost (PPAC) fluctuates from May to July 2024.

NDMC has the highest total PPAC at 38.75%, followed by TPDDL at 37.88%, BYPL at 37.75%, and BRPL at 35.83%. This includes existing PPAC on past dues and additional current PPAC, with NDMC and TPDDL each adding 8.75% to their existing rates, BYPL adding 6.15%, and BRPL adding 8.75%.

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