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Electricity will be cheaper by 4 rupees 87 paise for the people of Karachi: Nepras News Jani

Electricity will be cheaper by 4 rupees 87 paise for the people of Karachi: Nepras

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K Electric is making electricity at the rate of Rs 24 per unit, how will electricity be cheap?  President Nepra.  photo file
K Electric is making electricity at the rate of Rs 24 per unit, how will electricity be cheap? President Nepra. photo file

Chairman National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has directed Karachi’s electricity supplier K Electric to take steps to produce cheaper electricity.

The hearing in the August fuel charge adjustment case of K Electric was held under the chairmanship of Tauseef H. Farooqui, Chairman, NEPRA.

During the hearing, it was told that K Electric has requested to reduce electricity by Rs 4 21 paise per unit, to which member KP Nepra Engineer Maqsood Anwar said that K Electric takes cheap electricity from National Grid and makes its electricity costlier. Is. ,

Chairman Nepra remarked that K Electric is drawing electricity from National Grid at 13 61 paise, K Electric generating its own electricity at Rs 37 plus, K Electric generating electricity at a cost of Rs 24 per unit as compared to National Grid. doing. How cheap will electricity be?

Member Nepra KP said that if K Electric had reduced the price of its electricity generation, the consumer would have received a relief of Rs 6 per unit, while Chairman Nepra had taken steps for K Electric to produce cheaper electricity.

Nepra officials said that in August fuel duty adjustment, electricity will be cheaper by Rs 4 87 paise per unit for K-electric consumers, while chairman Nepra said that we will organize an open court to hear the problems of consumers of Karachi.

Officials of K Electric said that there is a defect in Unit 1 of the Port Qasim Power Plant, teams are working to rectify the defect at the Port Qasim Power Plant.

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