Electricity Price was increased again in Pakistan

Islamabad (Wednesday, November 14, 2018): Nepra approved Rs 41 per unit increase in electricity cost. The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) was hearing about electricity prices in which Nepra expressed concerns over the coal and LNG plants running low and said that running these plants could provide more relief to consumers. Electricity Nov 2018 prices increased yet again by NEPRA

The Central PowerPoint Agency (CPPA) stressed that the plant was not run by LNG meeting, which Chairman Nipra said that it was not permissible to meet LNG, to submit written reply, furnace oil plants on the coal If it was run, 59 per unit could be reduced

Later, NEPRA approved the power tariff of 41 paise per unit but the power tariff will not be applied on electricity, the increase was done in favor of Fuel adjustment in October, while the decision was given to the tune of Rs 3 billion 80 million Will have loads of burden. Clearly, the PowerPoint Slideing Agency had requested to raise the cost of 64 per unit of electricity per unit.