Tariff Plan


Industrial Purpose

Supply of electricity to be used for ‘Agriculture’, ‘Forestry and Fishing’, ‘Mining and Quarrying’, ‘Manufacturing’, ‘Electricity, Gas, Steam and Air Conditioning Supply’, ‘Water Supply; Sewerage, Waste Management and Remediation Activities’ as described under the relevant sections of the detailed classification (Five digit detailed version) published in the Gazette Notice 1904/58 dated 6th March 2015. A copy of the gazette could be downloaded by clicking the link below.



Customer Category I-1

This rate shall apply to supplies at each individual point of supply delivered and metered at 400/230 Volt nominal and where the contract demand is less than or equal to 42 kVA.

Table 2- Tariff Applicable for Industrial-1 Customers

Consumption per month (kWh) Energy Charge (LKR/kWh) Fixed Charge (LKR/month) Maximum Demand Charge per Month (LKR/kVA)
<301 10.80 600.00
>300 12.20

 

Customer Category I-2

This rate shall apply to supplies at each individual point of supply delivered and metered at 400/230 Volt nominal and where the contract demand exceeds 42 kVA.

Table 3- Tariff Applicable for Industrial-2 Customers

Time Intervals Energy Charge (LKR/kWh) Fixed Charge (LKR/month) Maximum Demand Charge per month (LKR/kVA)
Peak  (18.30-22.30) 20.50 3,000.00 1,100.00
Day (5.30-18.30) 11.00
Off-peak (22.30-05.30) 6.85

 

Customer Category I-3

This rate shall apply to supplies at each individual point of supply delivered and metered at 11,000 Volt nominal and above.

Table 4- Tariff Applicable for Industrial-3 Customers

Time Intervals Energy Charge (LKR/kWh) Fixed Charge (LKR/month) Maximum Demand Charge per month (LKR/kVA)
Peak  (18.30-22.30) 23.50 3,000.00 1,100.00
Day (5.30-18.30) 10.25
Off-peak (22.30-05.30) 5.90

 

 


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