NEPRA approves reduction in fuel adjustment: ISLAMABAD: National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has actually announced to decrease fuel change fees for the month of May 2021.
According to a notice provided by the power regulatory body, Central Power Buying Firm (CPPA) sought a reduction in fuel modification costs by 61 paisas each.
The NEPRA stated that it held a public hearing on fuel charges change (FCA) on 28 April 2021 and also later authorized a decrease in charges by 64 paisas each. “The reduction will just be applicable for the month of May 2021,” the notification read.
The power regulatory authority announced that the reduction in charges would certainly also be applicable for K-Electric customers.
The Central Power Buying Company (CPPA) in support of Nightclubs has demanded a reduction of 61 paisas each to hand down the advantage of a much better power blend with customers.
The CPPA stated it had actually charged customers a reference fuel toll of Rs6.23 per unit in March while the actual fuel expense turned out to be Rs5.61 per unit and hence 61 paisas each should be readjusted in customers’ costs for next month.
Complete energy generation from all sources in March was tape-recorded at 8,965 Gwh at a complete price of Rs49.7 billion at a typical price of Rs5.55 each. Of this, about 8,614 Gwh were delivered to the Nightclubs at Rs48.37 bn, at an ordinary price of Rs5.61 each.