The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) has notified a power tariff hike of Rs1.61 in keeping with unit due to fuel costs adjustment (FCA) for April 2023.
According to a notification issued by way of Nepra, the tariff hike will no longer be relevant to lifeline consumers and electric powered vehicle charging stations at the same time as power distribution groups (DISCOs) will display the increase in strength fee separately in purchaser payments of June 2023.
Moreover, DISCOs will display the accepted FCA one by one within the consumer payments on the idea of devices billed in April 2023.
“While making use of the gasoline prices adjustment, the DISCOs worried shall maintain in view and strictly observe the orders of courts, however this order,” stated the notification.
Power purchasers throughout the united states will face an additional burden as Nepra has granted popularity of tariff hike for the customers of all DISCOs except K-Electric.
Earlier, the Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA), on behalf of DISCOs, filed a petition in search of Nepra’s popularity of tariff growth of Rs2.01 in line with kilowatt hour (kWh).According to the CPPA’s software, a total of 10,010.30 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of power turned into generated in April at a cost of Rs10.2384 consistent with kWh. Of this, nine,734.Ninety one GWh was delivered to DISCOs at a fee of Rs10.3975/kWh.
CPPA supplied exact information approximately energy manufacturing from various resources at some point of April, such as hydel, coal, furnace oil, gasoline, re-gasified liquefied herbal fuel (RLNG), nuclear, combined resources, wind, bagasse, solar and electricity import from Iran.
On May 31, Nepra carried out a listening to to study the proposed tariff adjustment for DISCOs.