NEPRA again dropped an electric bomb on the people
Web Desk 14 December 2020
ISLAMABAD: National Electricity Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has once again dropped an electricity bomb, raising the price of electricity by Rs 11 per unit for the next one month.
According to details, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has once again planned to take money out of the pockets of the people. NEPRA has increased electricity prices for a month.
the officials said that the unit price of electricity has been increased by Rs 1.11 paise in the context of September’s fuel price adjustment.
says that the production cost of electricity in September was Rs 3.95 per unit while the pre-production cost of electricity in September was Rs 2.84 per unit.
According to officials, the decision will impose a burden of more than Rs 12 billion on power consumers, with additional collection from consumers in December bills.
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority clarified that the decision would not apply to electric consumers.