- Additional collection on account of first quarterly adjustment of FY23.
- The highest increase is Rs4.4547 and lowest at Rs1.4874 per unit.
- Increase will be based on consumption in February and March 2023.
ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has allowed K-Electric to collect an additional up to Rs4.4547 per unit from consumers in October and November 2023 bills, The News reported Thursday.
This additional collection is on account of the first quarterly adjustment of FY2022-23. The additional amount will be collected from the company’s customers in October and November 2023 bills.
The increase will be different for consumer categories, with the highest increase is Rs4.4547 per unit and the lowest at Rs1.4874 per unit.
The increase will be based on the consumption in February and March 2023, to be recovered in October and November 2023, respectively.
As per the Nepra decision issued on Wednesday for domestic consumers, the additional increase will be Rs1.4874 per unit for consumers using up to 300 units per month, while consumers who consume 301 and above units a month will face an increase of Rs3.2116 per unit for these two months.