NEPRA gives relief to K-Electric consumers, slashes power tariff by Rs0.76 per unit


ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) – the nation’s power controller – has endorsed to diminish per-unit cost of power by Rs0.76 by virtue of fuel charges change (FCA) for November 2021.

The administrative endorsed a Rs0.7591 per kWh decline in power duty by virtue of the November FCA.

As per a notice gave in such manner, the help will be given to the customers in the bills of February 2022.

“The FCA will apply to all the purchaser classes aside from life saver buyers,” the notice read, adding that homegrown buyers up to 300 units and horticulture customers of K-Electric.

Buyers having Time of Use (ToU) meters regardless of their utilization level.

“The said change will be shown independently in the shoppers’ bills based on units charged to the buyers in the month to which the change relates,” the assertion said.

The administrative power additionally referenced that on the off chance that the steady modern and winter impetus bundle becomes material in K-Electric, how much bad FCA permitted to such customers would be changed in the resulting changes of K-Electric.

Prior, the NEPRA had informed an expansion of Rs1.0751 per unit in power duty for K-Electric shoppers because of FCA for October 2021, which will be recuperated from purchasers in the bills of January 2022.

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