On Friday, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) received a request from the Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) to increase the power tariff by Rs3.12 per unit.
According to the latest information, the CPPA’s petition will be heard by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) on February 1. It has been requested that the current increase be applied to the month of December as part of the month’s fuel adjustment.
According to the NEPRA, the ruling will have no impact on the consumers of Karachi Electric.
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has announced a cut in electricity tariffs in the country by Rs0.99 per unit a day earlier.
Previously, clearance had been granted to cut the power rate on the basis of fuel adjustment charges for the final three months of the previous fiscal year, which was in 2021.
For the last three months, according to a notification from the power regulatory authority, the price of electricity for consumers has been decreased by Rs0.99 per unit in terms of fuel adjustment costs. This reduction would be reflected in the consumers’ electricity bills for February 2022.
In this case, the reduction in the price of electricity will not be relevant to KE customers.