ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Electrical Energy Regulatory Authority (Nepra) introduced Thursday that energy customers should pay Re0.79 per unit extra within the month of Could.
In line with a notification, the extra quantity is being levied in lieu of gasoline price adjustment (FCA) fees for March.
The costs can be relevant to all client classes besides electrical car charging stations (EVCS) and lifeline customers, the notification acknowledged.
“The mentioned adjustment can be proven individually within the customers’ payments on the idea of items billed to the customers within the month of March 2023,” it added.
The newest rise within the energy tariff comes as customers are already burdened by file inflation and excessive gasoline and electrical energy costs.
In March, Nepra allowed energy distribution firms (Discos) and Ok-Electrical to get better deferred gasoline adjustment surcharges as much as Rs14.24 per unit from customers in eight months.
In line with the Nepra determination, discos will get better Rs10.34 per unit from home protected customers utilizing 0-200 items monthly, Rs14.24 per unit from non-protected customers utilizing 0-200 items, Rs14.24 per unit from these consuming 201-300 items monthly, and Rs9.90 per unit from non-public agricultural customers.
All the quantity can be recovered from the electrical energy customers in month-to-month instalments from March to October 2023.
In its determination, the authority additionally allowed Ok-Electrical to get better the deferred gasoline adjustment surcharge from the customers as much as Rs 13.87 per unit.
Ok-Electrical will get better Rs9.97/unit from home protected customers utilizing 0-200 items monthly, Rs13.87 per unit from non-protected customers utilizing 0-200 items, Rs13.87 per unit from these consuming 201-300 items monthly, and Rs9.90 per unit from non-public agricultural customers. The non-public lender may also get better the quantity from March to October 2023.