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Nepra approves Rs3.28/unit hike

New quarterly adjustments will add burden of Rs135.5 billion on consumers

by NWMNewsDesk
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The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has granted approval for an increase in electricity rates of up to Rs3.28 per unit, leading to an additional burden of Rs135.5 billion on power consumers. This increase comes as part of the quarterly adjustments.

Until now, consumers were paying an additional Rs1.25 per unit due to ongoing quarterly adjustments, set to conclude this September. Out of the total increase, the new Rs1.25 per unit will remain, while an additional Rs2.03 per unit will be imposed for the next six months.


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