ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Electrical Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) Saturday accredited a rise of Rs3.09 per unit in the power tariff on account of gas value adjustment (FCA) for the month of December 2021.
In keeping with a notification issued by the NEPRA, the FCA for December 2021 will probably be charged with the invoice of February 2022, which will probably be paid by all client classes of distribution firms, besides home lifeline (customers who use electrical energy as much as 100 items ) and K-Electrical customers.
The choice will place an extra burden of Rs30 billion on the power customers. Greater than 8.5 billion items of electrical energy had been used in December final yr, mentioned the notification.
The NEPRA had already accomplished the listening to for the gas value adjustment for the month of December 2021 and the choice of which has been issued immediately.