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
Increase in K-Electric’s tariff affects majority of consumers
K-Electric, on recommendation by the Ministry of Water and Power, has increased the tariff rate for its consumers. The Ministry had passed a regulation in mid-July, in accordance with IMF’s condition, to increase the tariff. The condition states that the government should withdraw any power subsidies it is offering... Read more
Nepra reduces tariff for distribution companies
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, Nepra, agreed on Thursday to reduce electricity tariff for power distribution companies by Rs 2.68 per unit. The Central Power Purchasing Agency, CPPA, had earlier filed a request to reduce electricity tariff due to low oil prices worldwide. You can read more at:... 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
Tariffs increased for K-Electric domestic consumers
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, NEPRA, on instructions from the federal government, has increased the tariffs of K-Electric’s domestic consumers by 20-50%. NEPRA had earlier increased the tariffs in October 2013, but a stay order was filed against it in Sindh High Court. In view of the stay order,... Read more
Power rate reduced by Rs 1.86 per unit
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, Nepra, has approved the request for reducing the power tariff at a public hearing. The Central Power Purchasing Agency, CPPA, had submitted a petition for tariff reduction of Rs 2.62 per unit, but Nepra approved only Rs 1.86 per unit, withholding 76 paisa... Read more
Wind power project tariff reduced by 20 percent
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, Nepra, has reduced the tariff on wind projects by 20 percent. At the moment the tariff is Rs 13.20, and the revised tariff will be Rs 10.60. The tariff was revised after the Sindh government had protested against the ban imposed by the national... Read more