The Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPCA) has recommended to NEPRA to increase the price of electricity by Rs 4.33 per unit for one month.
The CPPA said that the advance production tariff in November was Rs 3.73 per unit while the production cost of electricity was Rs 8.07 per unit. Electricity was generated at Rs 17.26 per unit on NG. In addition, electricity was imported from Iran last month at Rs.
NEPRA will hear the CPPA’s request on December 29. If the application is approved, the burden on electricity consumers will be more than Rs 40 billion for one month.
Earlier, NEPRA had hiked the price of electricity by Rs 4.74 per unit for one month. According to the notification, the price was increased in the context of the October fuel price adjustment.
According to the notification issued by NEPRA, the price of electricity was increased by Rs.
According to the NEPRA statement, the production cost of electricity in October was Rs 9.91 per unit while the advance fuel cost was Rs 5.17 per unit.