Nepra reduces electricity tariff by Rs2.8 per unit
Nepra has reduced the power tariff by Rs2.8 per unit despite Faisalabad Electric Supply Company’s request to increase the tariff. Nepra reduced the tariffs for domestic consumers between Rs0.51 to Rs2.8 per unit while it reduced the tariff for industrial users by Rs1.5 per unit. Read more
NEPRA approves Net Metering regulation
NEPRA, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, has approved net metering through the Net Metering Regulations 2015 act. This is good news for solar customers as it mainly benefits them. Net metering has also been approved for customers who have set up wind mills. In order to take advantage of... Read more
Petition submitted to reduce electricity tariff
The Central Power Purchasing Agency, CPPA, has filed a petition with the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, Nepra, to reduce the electricity tariff by Rs 3.28 per unit. The petition was filed on the basis of fuel price adjustment from May when petrol prices had fallen worldwide. Nepra had... Read more
Asian Development Bank postpones the approval of $400 million for energy projects
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has postponed the approval of a $400 million loan which is part of the $2 billion energy loan. The $2 billion energy loan was approved as part of a five year sustainable energy sector reforms program. The $400 million was the second installment of... Read more
Consumers to be Paid by DISCOs to Generate Their Own Electricity
After months of deliberation and back and forth, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has finally approved the net metering system allowing domestic, commercial and industrial consumers to sell surplus electricity to the DISCOs (power generation companies) through installation of a solar panel system or any other on ground... Read more