NEPRA announces Rs3.07 per unit surge in electricity costs

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WEB DESK: In a recent development, the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has officially declared a rise in electricity costs by Rs3.07 per unit.

This decision stems from the October fuel price adjustment, prompting NEPRA to respond to the evolving dynamics within the energy sector.

As outlined in the official notification released by NEPRA, consumers can anticipate this adjustment to manifest in their December electricity bills.

It’s crucial to note that while this move is anticipated to impact regular consumers, it does not extend to lifeline customers and those served by K-Electric.

Despite these exemptions, the decision to escalate the electricity tariff has raised concerns among consumers who are already contending with the challenges of escalating inflation and economic uncertainties.

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