Tariffs Valid With Effect From 1 July 2010
Cape Town’s electricity tariffs have been formulated in accordance with the Municipal Systems Act as well as guidelines established by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa.
There are three possible tariffs available for the City’s domestic electricity consumers. The tariffs are applicable irrespective of whether supplies are metered by credit or prepayment meters.
The Domestic High Tariff consists of an energy charge and a service charge and is suitable for consumers purchasing more than 1500 kWh per month.
The energy charge paid by these customers is 79.97 c/kWh plus VAT = 91.17 c/kWh and recovers the cost of energy which is provided to the particular consumer. (more…)