Rising electricity prices for the second day in a row will put a burden of Rs 84 billion on consumers

ISLAMABAD: National Electricity Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has approved a further increase in electricity prices by 83 paise per unit.

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has again approved an increase in electricity prices. NEPRA has approved an increase of 83 paisa per unit in electricity prices. This will happen after the fiction is issued.

NEPRA has issued a decision to increase electricity prices, which states that the increase in electricity prices was made on a quarterly basis and the increase in electricity prices was made in the context of adjustment for 2019-20.


According to NEPRA, the increase in electricity prices has been made for one year which will impose an additional burden of Rs 84 billion on the consumers. However, K Electric and Lifeline consumers will be exempted from the increase.

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