Pay Your Bill

We at Adani Electricity make sure that you get a seamless experience so that you can pay your bills on time in a hassle-free way.

Now you can pay your electricity bill easily with over 2000 payment options to choose from including online, offline, and on-the-go mobile based payment modes.

Easy and Quick Payment of Electricity Bill

As critical it is to receive a steady power supply, it is also important to pay your power bill on time. To ensure that you do not have to go through any inconvenience, Adani Electricity ensures that we bring you all modes of payment – online, offline, and at various payment centres.

Nowadays you need electricity for not just household usage but also to serve industries of all tiers - from home electric appliances to large scale machinery and equipment.

You can choose to pay your bills at our payment centres or through online payment services. Online bill payment is the most convenient option which you can use anywhere anytime. No worrying to miss out on the last date of paying electricity bills that may lead to late payment fee. You can pay your electricity bill online or at payment centres using a debit card, credit card, net banking, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I pay my electricity bill?

    You can pay your electricity bill in the following ways:

    • At Adani Electricity Bill Payment Centres
    • Authorized Collecting Banks
    • Drop boxes
    • Easy Bill outlets
    • By Post

    You can also enjoy the convenience of online payment options via Credit/Debit card, Net banking, mobile-based payments, and E-NACH. Earn reward points by opting for Adani Electricity’s Voluntary Deposit Scheme (VDS).

  • Can I make cash payment?
    Cash payments up to Rs. 20,000/- can be made. Cheques are accepted at all our bill collection centres. Authorized Collecting Banks accept both cash as well as cheque payments.
  • Can I make cheque payment?
    Yes! You would have to issue an account payee cheque, payable to 'Adani Electricity Ltd'. Please do not forget to mention your Contract Account number with it for e.g. 'Adani Electricity Ltd'. A/C no. xxxxxxxxx.
  • Are online options available for both billing and payment?
    Yes. Online options are available for both billing and payment through Adani Electricity website as well as Adani Electricity app. For more payment and billing questions, you can check out the FAQs page.

Bill payments have become a necessity in modern times. From a middle-class person to a billionaire, everyone has to pay bills for the utilities they and their families consume. There are many types of utility bills that one has to pay regularly, these include:

  • Electricity Bill
  • Telephone Bill
  • Mobile Bill
  • Gas Bill
  • DTH/Cable TV Bill
  • Water Bill

Out of all the bill pay categories mentioned above, electricity bills are of utmost importance. They can be paid both through online and offline methods, according to your convenience.

For the offline mode to pay your electricity bill, one needs to visit the nearby electricity offices in your area. It is easy to locate the office on Google. However, standing in long queues can be a tedious process.

Nowadays, it’s much easier to pay electricity bills online and most of the people have easy access to online modes of electricity bill payment. It may sound tricky, but once you understand how to pay your bills online, it will become your preferred payment mode.

What is an electricity bill payment?

With modern technologies coming into play, electricity is not a luxury anymore but a basic amenity. There was a time when very few people in India had access to basic amenities including clean water, food, and electricity. However, with changing times, more people are getting access to modern technologies including electricity and the internet.

Our lives are also hugely dependent on electric appliances. Right from the fan to the washing machine, everything runs on electricity. That also means that paying your electricity bill is important since it ensures the continuous supply of electricity at your homes, offices, schools and colleges.

An electricity bill can be generated by calculating the number of units that have been used at your home or office. For this purpose, an electronic meter is fitted into these spaces for easy access. The bill generated at the end of each month is to be paid by the user.

How is the Electricity Bill Calculated?

If you want to have an accurate estimate of the amount of energy that your electrical appliances consume daily, you may need to do a little maths for the same.

To know your bill and the amount mentioned to pay your electricity bill, you must know the wattage of the electrical appliance, the time (in hours) you use it every day, and the estimated price per kilowatt (kW) of electricity used in an hour. The last two units can be easily found on your bill and the daily use can be figured out easily too.

To understand the wattage of an appliance, look at the manual or documents that came with it. You'll find the wattage listed with a 'W' for the same. After finding that:

  • Multiply the wattage of your appliance with the number of hours it is used in a day.
  • Now, divide the total by 1,000.
  • Multiply the result by your kWh rate set by your electricity supplier.

In this way, you can determine how much electricity your appliance is consuming, and it determines your bill payment as well. The maths is a bit tiresome, but it'll give you a rough estimate of your expenses, nonetheless.

What is the Importance of Timely Bill Payments?
You might have understood by now that paying your electricity bills on time serves a greater purpose in the long run.


The various demerits of late bill payments are:

  • Late Fees/Fine

It is quite common in a place like India to see additional charges or a penalty being imposed on your overall electricity bill if you don't pay it on time. To pay bills on time, one should always remember the deadlines and set alerts for the same. Who would like to be charged extra for the electricity that they didn't use in the first place? Some electricity boards may also apply an interest rate for defaulters who don't pay the bills for a long time.

  • Stoppage Of Connection

If your electricity bills are way past the deadline, then it is quite possible that your electricity board may even consider cutting your electricity supply. We get irritated at a minor power cut. Imagine how it would feel to live without electricity altogether?

If you're an office owner or have a factory of your own, this can cause a loss of production, time, and even labour. It is difficult to establish your electricity connection unless the dues are cleared.

  • Unnecessary Calls

If your electricity bill is not paid on time, you'll receive several text messages, emails, and even calls urging you to pay your bills on time. This can get on your nerves and cause stress. It would also waste a lot of time for your office employees who are tasked with attending calls and messages.

  • Anxiety and Distress

The constant headache about unpaid electricity bills in the back of your mind will not give you any joy and can make you feel irritated quickly. It will also aggravate your anxiety and increase your stress levels. This is harmful for both your physical and mental health. It is likely to destabilize the environment of your house as well as the office.

To avoid all these, you should pay your bill on time. You can do that online as well as offline. Timely payments are extremely important for your peace of mind. If you often forget about your bill payment, set up alerts on your mobile phone or make post-it notes that will remind you of the same.

One should know how to pay late electricity bills online as well as offline.

What are the various ways used to pay your electricity bill?

You can pay electricity bills both online and offline. There's no set mode for the payment of this as many are still not equipped with the latest technology and can’t to pay their bills online. The most commonly used alternatives for bill payment are:

1. Mobile Application of Electricity Providers

There are many applications for easy payment of electricity bills. They are easy to access and use, without having to travel to places. You also have the option to check the history of your bills, units consumed, and records of your payments.

Adani Electricity is one of the major electricity providers that helps you pay your bill faster. There's also a unique Adani Reward Points Program that enables you to earn cash back, discounts, and other such amazing offers on payment of your bills.

2. Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS)

It was launched to make the payment of bills easier in India. It is an offline method of paying your bills that lets you pay by cash, cheque, debit card, or credit card. All you've to do is visit their official website and enter the postal index number of your area. This will display a list of available outlets that are accepting the bill payment.

It is also working on making the software available online for your convenience.

3. Net Banking

Net Banking is one of the easiest ways to pay electricity bills. It offers three different methods to do so. They are:

  • Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS)
  • Immediate Payment System (IMPS)
  • National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT)

To pay via net banking, you may require the name of the bank and its IFSC code. Keep them handy before the transaction.

4. Payment Banks

Payment Banks make the deposition of electricity bills very easy. In India, there are about 6 payment banks that are functioning right now. They are:

  • Paytm Payments Bank
  • Aditya Birla Payments Bank
  • Jio Payments Bank
  • Airtel Payments Bank
  • Fino Payments Bank
  • India Post Payments Bank

You can download the mobile application of these payment banks for convenient payment of your bills. In Mumbai, electrical bill payments can be made easily by this method.

5. Mobile Wallets

With the evolution of technology, there is wide popularity of the presence of a virtual wallet on various payment apps. These include Mobikwik, SBI Buddy, Paytm Wallet, ICICI Pockets, Amazon Pay Wallet, and so on.

You just need the mobile application of these virtual wallets and select Electricity Bill Payment. Then, fill in your details and select the wallet. The amount will be automatically debited. If you're lucky, you can even win yourself a cashback.

6. Electricity Providers Office

This is the most ancient way of paying your bill, something that most of us are intimately acquainted with. You can pay the bill offline through cash, credit or debit card, or even BHIM UPI.

This option allows you to pay your bill even when it's well past your due date.

We all should value the importance of a basic amenity such as electricity and pay the bill on time to enjoy uninterrupted supply. You can do that by visiting the Adani Electricity website and filling in the account details that will enable you to pay the designated amount from the comfort of your home. You can also enjoy various benefits from the Adani Reward Points Program.