NEPRA likely to notify decrease in power tariff: ISLAMABAD: The electrical energy rates for customers are expected to drop by over 61 paisas each under month-to-month fuel cost adjustments for March.
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) will certainly use up for public hearing on April 28 the toll application looking for a decrease in consumer tariff for Nightclubs therefore fuel expense modification of electrical power consumed in March.
The reduced fuel cost, on approval by the regulatory authority, would be changed in consumer expenses in the upcoming billing month of May.
The Central Power Purchasing Company (CPPA) in support of Nightclubs has actually demanded a reduction of 61 paisas each to hand down the benefit of a better power blend with consumers.
The CPPA claimed it had billed customers a reference gas toll of Rs6.23 per unit in March while the real gas expense ended up being Rs5.61 each and also for this reason 61 paisas each need to be adjusted in consumers’ costs for following month.
Complete energy generation from all resources in March was recorded at 8,965 Gwh at a total price of Rs49.7 billion at a typical rate of Rs5.55 per unit. Of this, concerning 8,614 Gwh were supplied to the Nightclubs at Rs48.37 bn, at a typical price of Rs5.61 each.