ISLAMABAD: The ex-Wapda distribution companies (Discos) have actually looked for regarding 80 paisa each increase in toll for one month while K-Electric has actually required up to Rs2.5 per unit rise for six months under month-to-month gas price modifications (FCAs).
Separately, the Karachi-based power utility has actually additionally sought about 37 paisa per unit boost in its regular tariff under quarterly toll adjustment (QTA) for January-March 2021 period.
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) had decided to hold public hearing on these requests on July 28 to analyze if data provided by the power business warranted such toll boosts.
According to applications, KE has actually required a surcharge of Rs1.98 per unit for electrical energy eaten in January, Rs2.495 for February and also Rs1.497 for March and 21 paisa for June. These greater changes in toll would certainly yield around Rs7.62 bn to KE.
Nightclubs require 80-paisa boost for June; regulatory authority calls public hearing on 28th
Nonetheless, it has actually sought unfavorable FCA of 87 paisa each for April and 65 paisa per unit for May with a profits loss of Rs2.9 bn. As such, the power utility would earn net extra profits of Rs4.5 bn for the entire six month duration.
On the other hand, the Central Power Acquiring Agency (CPPA) has actually demanded a surcharge of concerning 80 paisa each from consumers of Discos therefore higher generation cost of power eaten in June to generate over Rs7bn in additional capital to power firms. The greater power rates, on approval by the regulator, would certainly be recovered from consumers in the upcoming billing month (August).
The CPPA claimed the Nightclubs had billed customers a recommendation fuel tariff of Rs5.934 each in June while the actual gas cost turned out to be Rs6.74 each and also hence 80 paisa each need to be allowed to be recouped from customers’ in next month bill.
The CPPA reported that overall energy generation from all sources in June stood at 14,361 gigawatt hours (GWhs) at a cost of Rs81.2 bn or Rs5.65 each. Of this, about 13,971 GWh were delivered to the Nightclubs at Rs94.16 bn, at a typical rate of Rs6.74 each.
The data revealed that hydropower generation contributed 29.4 pc to overall energy mix in June versus 26.6 pc in Might. The share of coal generation stood at 18pc against 20pc in Might. On the other hand, the generation from furnace oil-based plants increased to 8.2 computer versus 6pc in Might as well as 2.62 pc in April. The share of RLNG-based power generation to nationwide grid stood at 18.8 pc in June versus 22pc in May while share of regional gas based generation went down to 9pc in June when compared to 11pc in May.
On the other hand, the share of nuclear power slightly boosted to 11.27 computer in June from 10.2 pc a month previously. The share of wind power and baggase stood at 4pc. There was no gas expense on hydroelectricity.
The coal-based fuel price stood at Rs8 per unit. Atomic energy gas expense stood Re1 per unit while power created from regional gas stood at Rs8.17 each. The price of RLNG-based plants was exercised at Rs10.6 each.
The electrical energy imported from Iran had a cost of Rs11.37 per unit and also its overall share in power supply was simply 0.35 pc. One of the most costly generation came with Rs14.52 per unit from heater oil-based plants as well as a minor production from diesel at the rate of Rs20 per unit.
Under the toll device, changes in gas price are passed on to consumers only on regular monthly basis through automated device while quarterly toll modifications therefore variation in power purchase cost, capacity costs, variable procedure and maintenance costs, use of system costs and also consisting of influence of transmission and circulation losses are integrated in the base toll by the federal government.