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ZESA Electricity Tariffs: A Comprehensive Guide for Zimbabweans

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As the sun sets over the bustling streets of Harare, families across Zimbabwe are switching on their lights, unaware of the intricate pricing structure that governs their electricity consumption. For Zimbabweans both at home and abroad, understanding the cost of electricity is crucial for effective budgeting and planning. This article aims to shed light on the ZESA electricity tariffs in United States dollars, providing a detailed guide to help you navigate the complexities of energy costs in Zimbabwe.

ZESA’s Tariff Structure

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has set the electricity tariffs in US dollars, with prices fluctuating based on the prevailing interbank rate at the time of purchase. The tariffs are structured to encourage energy conservation, with the cost per unit increasing as consumption rises.

  • First 50 kWh: $0.08 per kWh
  • 51-100 kWh: $0.09 per kWh
  • 101-200 kWh: $0.16 per kWh
  • 201-300 kWh: $0.23 per kWh
  • 301-400 kWh: $0.25 per kWh
  • Above 400 kWh: $0.26 per kWh

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Understanding Your Electricity Bill

To help you budget effectively, here’s a breakdown of how much electricity you can buy with your US dollars:

  • 50 Units (kWh): $4.24
  • 100 Units: $9.01
  • 200 Units: $25.97
  • 250 Units: $38.16
  • 300 Units: $50.35
  • 350 Units: $63.60
  • 400 Units: $76.85
  • 500 Units: $104.41
  • 600 Units: $131.97
  • 700 Units: $159.53
  • 800 Units: $187.09
  • 900 Units: $214.65
  • 1000 Units: $242.21

It’s important to note that these costs include a 6% Rural Electrification Agency (REA) Levy, which is added to support the expansion of electricity infrastructure in rural areas.

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Staying Informed for Effective Budgeting

For Zimbabweans, both within the country and in the diaspora, staying informed about ZESA’s electricity tariffs is essential for effective budgeting and planning. As the tariffs are subject to change based on economic conditions, it’s crucial to keep abreast of the latest updates to avoid any surprises in your electricity bills. Have you checked the latest electricity tariffs for your next budget plan?

 

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