Nepra decline KE tariff by Rs 4.70 Per Unit.

(Infosette News ) ISLAMABAD: Due to a fuel cost adjustment (FCA) for September 2022, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has granted a reduction in K Electric (KE) users’ power rates of Rs4.70 per unit.

The statement states that K-Electric customers will see a reduction of Rs4.70 per unit in their fuel cost adjustment.

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) stated that the reduction in FCA will be applicable to all consumer categories with the exception of lifeline consumers and that KE consumers will receive relief of roughly Rs8 billion as a result of the decision to lower the tariff.

The National Electric Electricity Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) said on Monday that K-Electric customers’ power rates would increase by Rs12.68 per unit as a result of a quarterly adjustment.

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Details state that the fourth quarterly adjustment for FY2021-22 will result in a massive increase in the power tariff for K-Electric (KE) consumers of Rs12.68 per unit, adding billions of rupees to the burden on the people of Karachi.

It is important to note that K-Electric has applied to the National Electric Electricity Regulatory Authority for a rise in the power rate of Rs14.53 per unit.

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