The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has hiked power tariff for K-Electric consumers on the basis on monthly fuel adjustment charges.
According to the details, the power tariff has been increased by Rs. 1.48 to Rs. 4.45 per unit after the Federal Government approved the NEPRA plea.
The hike in electricity tariff will be applicable on units consumed in October and November 2023.
The additional charges will be applied as follows:
|300 units||Rs. 1.48 per unit|
|More than 300 Units||Rs. 3.21 per unit|
|More than 5 KW||Rs. 4.45 per unit|
Earlier, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) approved an increase of Rs. 0.46 per unit in the power tariff.
As per the notification issued, the power regulator increase the electricity tariff under fuel adjustment charges for the month of July.
The additional tariff charges would be included in the bills for the month of September. However, there is an exception for Lifeline and K-Electric consumers.
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