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National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra)

NEPRA to decide cut in power tariff in public hearing on Dec 27

ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) will likely to decide at least 30 paisa per unit cut in the tariff of all power distribution companies on account of fuel cost adjustment for December 2018, ARY News reported on Wednesday. The Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) has filed a petition for 33 paisa per unit cut in the tariff with the NEPRA for monthly fuel price adjustment. It is first time after six months that the power tariff cut has been requested to the power regulator. The hike…

Government seeks NEPRA’s approval on power tariff hike

ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Monday seeks for consent of the power regulator , the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) to standardize power tariff hike by Rs 1.27 per unit in order to put into operation the homogeneous tariff across Pakistan. According to the representative of the Ministry of Energy (Power Division), it is stated that during a public hearing that the government had increased the average power tariff by almost Rs 1.27 per unit. At present, uniform power tariff was Rs 11.71 per…

NEPRA decides Rs. 0.41 per unit hike in electricity tariff

ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) on Wednesday approved an increase of Rs. 0.41 per unit in the electricity tariff, ARY News reported. The decision was taken by NEPRA in a public hearing on the petition filed by the Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) and will have a cumulative burden of around Rs 3.8 billion on the consumers. The electric power regulator has announced the hike in tariff on account of the fuel adjustment charges for the month of October. In its comments Nepra…

Nepra agreed on electricity tariff hike by Rs1.16 per unit

ISLAMABAD: An augmentation is accepted by The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) on Wednesday, for the electricity tariff by Rs1.16 per unit. This electricity tariff elevation is approved on an appeal filed by the Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) under fuel modification for August. According to sources, it is observed that previously CPPA had requested a hike of Rs. 1.50 in the electricity prices. The price hike in tariff will be applicable to all power distribution companies, but K-Electric is…

Ongoing planning for augmenting power tariff by 70 paisa once again

ISLAMABAD: The power tariff for distribution companies (Discos) of former Wapda are most likely to augment by 70 paisa per unit due to fuel price modification on monthly basis as the Pakistani rupee is devalued against US dollar, also resulting in higher price of oil from abroad. Previously power tariff rise was done by National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) by Rs1.25 per unit in the month of May 2018, due to furnace oil dependability and shortage of trade in of  liquefied natural gas (LNG). Now the power…

KE request refused by NEPRA for high tariff- declared new tariff as Rs12.82/KWH

KARACHI: K-Electric (KE) request for hike in power tariff is rejected on Thursday by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA), in order to reinstate the preceding Multi Year Tariff (MYT). The power tariff is declared as Rs12.82/kwh for latest MYT for the next 7-years (FY 2017-23) which is observed as slightly elevated at an amount of Rs0.05 from the tariff of October 2017 as Rs12.77/kwh. It is the third time, that KE plea regarding increase in power tariff is rejected by NEPRA. NEPRA, on their…

NEPRA approved Power tariff increase by Rs1.25 per unit

ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regularity Authority (NEPRA) has approved to increase power tariff by Rs1.25 per unit. A summary is provided to NEPRA by the Central Power Purchasing Company (CPPA) for increase in power tariff, and they had approved it. The reason behind the approval of increase in power tariff is based on fuel price modification for the month of May but this increase will cost a burden of Rs 15 billion to consumers. A hearing of the case of fuel price adjustment of May was held in NEPRA on…