Karnataka: No occupancy certificate needed for power connection

Explaining the reason behind the decision, an official from the energy department told The New Indian Express that the pile of applications for new connections have been increasing.

published on : 3rd July 2022

Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission shocker: Pay higher power bills from July 1

“An average consumer using 200 units will have to pay Rs 40 more in the monthly bill,” said an energy department official. 

published on : 29th June 2022

KERC moots Telangana model for IP sets subsidy

Power to be cut if bills not paid; will apply to govt offices too

published on : 5th April 2022

Power tariff in Karnataka up by 35p per unit, effective from April 1

Get ready to pay an extra 35 per paise per unit in your electricity bill as the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) on Monday announced an increase in power tariff.

published on : 5th April 2022

Elections over, power tariff hiked across Karnataka

The tariff hike had to be put off because of the election model code of conduct.

published on : 15th May 2018