ISLAMABAD: National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has decided to reduce the per unit power costs by Rs. 2.21, ARY News reported.
The power regulatory authority has approved the reduction of rates.
The tariffs have been revised due to fuel adjustment charges in the month of December.
Central Power Purchasing Agency (CCPA) said that due to reliability on hydroelectric and gas power plants, there was less expense on power generation. The power regulator has been requested to slash the tariff by Rs. 1.85 per unit.
According to the agency, Nepra has decided further decrease of Rs. 0.36 per unit cut in tariffs which will reach an aggregate reduction of Rs. 2.21 per unit.
The revised rates will not be applicable to the consumers of K-Electric.